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The coniferous forest receives a lot of sunlight each year. Combined with the high rainfall amounts, plants find it the perfect climate in which to thrive. In some areas, …the forest can have as much as 18 hours of sunlight per day.
The Coniferous Forest gets about 14 to 33 inches if rain each year .
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A coniferous forest may limit the effects of wind chill by providing cover from the wind, but the actual temperature of the forest would be no different then the surrounding a…rea. The effect of the wind is to increase the rate heat is lost, but it will not lower the temperature below the ambient temperature.
A coniferous allows a lot of sunlight to penetrate through it and reach the ground. This is because the shape of the trees does not block the sun.
In summer generally, there are 24 hours of daylight; in winter there are generally zero hours of daylight.
A tropical rainforest doesn't have seasons like that, only a dry season and a rain season.
usually not much, but it depends on the year.
Because the trees block the sunlight with their branches and leaves.
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a heavy jacket and thick pants. Maybe a snow suit. If you want a wool hat. It will be pretty cold.
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In Animal Life
Little sunlight reaches the floor of a coniferous forest because the trees block the sunlight with their branches and leaves.