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Ecologists today generally recognize that forest ecosystems are comprised of three main “ingredients”: composition—the mix of species in a forest; structure—the vertical and horizontal dimensions and spatial patterns of a forest; and function—the workings of a forest expressed through nutrient cycling, foodweb and disturbance dynamics, forest succession, pollination, and many other processes (Perry et al. 2008). The regions identified as temperate and boreal rainforest in this book have a suite of underlying characteristics along these lines that can be used to further distinguish them from each other as well as from their tropical counterparts.