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Transcript of Yellowstone
Forests of California
Latitude and Longitude
Biome it is
Yellowstone-forests of northern California
Envioronmental science-Period 3
Eagle Peak Elevation
7779 ft / 2371 m
- 70/80's, cold nights, often thundertorms
- in the 20's or below, usually 150 inches of snow per year
- 30/60's, at night ranges from teens to single digits. Can get 12" in a 24 hour period.
Air quality- clean
Thin soil-short vegetation
Naturally occurring ozone
"Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks have been designated as Class I airsheds."
yellowstone is a protected area
Cities within 5 miles
West Yellowstone, Montana
East Yellowstone, Wyoming
Silver Gate / Cooke City, Montana
44.6000° N, 110.5000° W
2 negative effects by humans
Humans in the park has caused many animals to become vulnerable to disease.
Is Yellowstone protected?
The use of vehicles in the park can affect air quality.
: Yellowstone sand verbena
: Abronia ammophila
: It adapts to the long, cold, winter but during the short summer it bloons
There are approximately 10,000 to 20,000 elks split between 6 to 7 herds during the summer
During the winter they migrate north to the northern range
They are very adaptable, can live in yellowstone park during all seasons.
Deer adapt to the summer and winters of yellowstone
Relationships Between Organisms
Bison and a Bird: The bird eats the ticks off the bison.
Bison and a Tick: Bison is in risk of infection or diseases from a tic sucking the bisons blood
Wolves and Thylacines
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