What is the difference between the consequences of a hurricane in a pine and a spruce forest?

In pine, the roots go deep into the soil, so the hurricane wind breaks the trunks, in spruce trees, the roots are located in the surface layer of the soil, so the hurricane wind uproots them. If pines grow on rocks, the hurricane wind can uproot them, because their roots do not go deep into the rocky ground.

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