Stretching across the vast landscape of the Northern Pacific coast is the largest remaining temperate rainforest in the world: the Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest (PCTR). The PCTR ecoregion encompasses everything from barren rock peaks, glacial icefields, alpine tundra, wetlands, spruce, hemlock, and cedar forests, to the estuaries and fjords along the coastal margin.

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