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Subarctic Climate

Storrie Locke, Emily Jonson, and Kayley Carter
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Kayley Carter

on 3 May 2013

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Storrie Locke, Emily Johnson, and Kayley Carter Subarctic Climate General Characteristics and Weather Plants and Animals
Conifer needles
Ferns/shrubs
Forests of pine, spruce and other cone bearing trees
Evergreen trees References "Subarctic-Climate Types for Kids." Subarctic-Climate Types for Kids. Location Interior of high latitude continents
Between the coordinates of 50 degrees North and 70 degrees North latitude
Northern Hemisphere
Covers much of: Alaska, Canada, Iceland, the north of Scandinavia, Siberia, and northern Mongolia "Subarctic Climate." Subarctic Climate. Princeton University. Web. 15 April "Subarctic Splendor: Churchill, Manitoba." Travel Article. World Web Google Sites. Web. 15 April 2013. 2013. Technologies. Web. 15 April 2013. Winter is much longer than the other seasons and extremely cold
Summers are cool and mild (only 2-3 months)
25-50 centimeters of rainfall yearly
Most rainfall is in the summer
Covered in snow except for the summer
Temperature reaches -40 in the winter and as high as 85 in the summer Plants Animals Brown bears, bobcat, mosquitoes, subarctic wolves, red and arctic foxes,
elk, caribou, deer, moose, lynx, wolverines, musk oxen, reindeer, mountain goats, dall sheep, snowshoe hare, beavers, river otters, mice, rats, lemmings, voles, squirrels, and beluga whales. Plants and Animals Lynx Evergreen Trees Red Fox and Mouse Dall Sheep Wolverine Interesting Facts Northern Lights can be seen from here
Not all of the soil can unfreeze in the summer
Temperatures drop to -50 degrees Fahrenheit
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