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Copy of LAND BIOME PROJECT

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CLIMATE
- 4 seasons
- Summer, fall, winter, spring
- Fall to spring, temperatures are below freezing
- Cool summers, temperatures from 40-60 degrees Fahrenheit
- On average, the island gets about 1-2 inches of rain from fall to spring and 3-4 inches in the summer
- This place has no protected areas
- Small towns in this area of Canada
- Negative human activity excessive hunting
OTHER ABIOTIC FACTORS
- Permafrost
- Little bit of rockiness
- Bell Peninsula is on the southern part of Arctic Oasis
- Porsild Mountains located in Arctic Oasis
- Mathiasen Mountain- island's highest peak
- Bluejoint reedgrass-Calamagrostis Canadensis
- This plant mainly lives in cold parts of the
Northern
Hemisphere
PLANTS
- Polar bears, caribou, and harp seals live in the Arctic Oasis
- Polar bears have thick fur to keep warm
- Caribous have thick fur to keep warm
- Harp seals keep warm with their blubber
- Harp seals have fur as babies
ANIMALS
- Polar bears kill and eat harp seals
- Polar bears also kill and eat caribou
- Seagulls and harp seals do not mind eachother
- Interspecific competition between the animals
RELATIONSHIPS
SPECIATION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
EFFECTS OF HUMANS
SNOWMOBILES
- Polar bears evolved from an older bear ancestor due to divergent evolution
-Northern Canada's Southhampon Islands
BACKGROUND

WORLD MAP
EXAMPLES
- You can snowboard, water ski and ride snowmobiles
- Frozen and unfrozen water for activities
- Can also participate in glacier drilling
Disambiguation
Ursus Maritimus
ARCTIC OASIS
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Cold, ragged barren island at the north end of Canada's Hudson Bay
- The island's highest peak is Mathiasen Mountain at 2,051 feet
Pagophilus Groenlandicus
- 34th largest island in the world
Cold snowy fall/winter/spring
Cool summers
Porsild Mountains
- http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/arcticoasis/eco_explorer2.html
- https://www.google.com/search?q=northern+canada+southampton+island&source=lnms&sa=X&ei=vGeuUuLsKIXjrAHx1oDYBg&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAA&biw=1440&bih=708&dpr=1
- 64° 30′ 0″ N, 84° 30′ 0″ W


Works Cited

"Google." Google. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2013.

PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2013.
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