You have chosen good characteristics for a tree in an Alaskan forest. Your tree will have a good chance of surviving in the harsh climate of Alaska. The small size of the tree means that it is low to the ground. Although it may avoid the wind, the small size may keep your tree from collecting sunlight, especially in competition with larger trees. The needles conserve water. Although your tree will probably survive, a tree of 33 meters might fare better. Good job!
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