Geography-case study deciduous Forest

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Information:Epping Forest is a temperate deciduous forest.It is 19Km long and 4Km wide.Although 70% of Epping forest is deciduous woodland there are a number of other natural environments including grasslands and marhes. 

Location:Epping forest is in North London,to the east of Essex.

Human activities at Epping Forest:The lake to the south can be used for fishing .There is a conservation centre where people can find out about the local wildlife.There are footpaths for walking and bridgeways for Horse riding.

Early use and management :Since Norman times,Kings and Queens of England have used


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