If anyone is interested, the source for the above image is a book called "The Rainforests of Home." Here is a portion how the the range of temperate rainforests is characterized:http://www.inforain.org/rainforestatlas
The largest contiguous coastal temperate rain forest traces the northwestern maritime margin of North America, from Kodiak Island in Alaska south through British Columbia and the U.S. Pacific Northwest to California's "fogbelt" redwoods. Elsewhere in the north, Norway contains small fragments of coastal rain forest, and scientists speculate that Japan may have some areas of rain forest as well. The forests formerly found along the west coasts of Ireland and Scotland, parts of Iceland, and in a narrow crescent along the eastern shore of the Black Sea are long gone. Chile contains the Southern Hemisphere's largest remaining coastal temperate rain forest. Significant areas of coastal rain forest also stand on the west coast of New Zealand's South Island and on the Australian island of Tasmania, where broadleaved rain forests harbor the most ancient constituents of the Australian flora.