tropical deciduous forests are found in the monsoon regions of the world and are thus known as monsoon forest . they are found in most part of india, southern china,south Mexico , Peru , Brazil and northern australia
Jammu and Kashmir, located at the northern most part of our country India has an extensive forest cover of 20230 square kilometres, which accounts for 19.95% of the total geographic area within India. Jammu region has 45.89% of the forests and Kashmir has 50.97% of the forests and Ladakh has 0.06% of forest cover. The forests can be classified as "Very Dense Forest (2102 sq. km)", "Moderately Dense Forest (8395 sq. km)", "Open Forest (10770 sq. km)". "Jammu and Kashmir" has coniferous forest covering 19,236 sq. km and non coniferous forest covering 946 sq. km. The forests have deciduous trees like Deodar, Chinar, Poplar, Pine, Fir, Walnut, etc.
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The valley of Kashmir has deciduous vegetation. The Chinar, Poplar, Deodar, Fir, Pine, Kail, Partal, Mulbery, Walnut and other fruit trees grow throughout the valley. Baramulla and Anantnag districts have respectively 71% and 60% of their areas under forests.