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Piney Woods

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Noelle Krueger

on 12 December 2013

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Transcript of Piney Woods

Texas Eco Regions
Piney Woods
HERE ARE 2 TYPES OF FLOWERS FOUND IN THE PINEY WOODS ECOREGION. IN THIS REGION OF TEXAS THERE ARE MANY BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS AND GRASSES, ONE IS THE BEAUTIFUL, DOGWEED THIS PLANT IS A BEAUTIFUL YELLOW COLOR, THERE ALSO IS THE LONGLEAF PINE IS A SPIKEY TREE ANOTHER TYPE OF TREE IS THE SHORTLEAF PINE, AND LAST BUT NOT LEASE IS THE BEAUTIFUL WINE CUP!
In the piney woods there are many biotic factors like black bears, squirrles, rabbits, worms, and many other biotic factors. There are many abiotic factors too, like air, water, rocks, and many more.
some types of animals in the piney woods area are the beautiful black bears, the cottonmouth snake, and squirrels!
Plants
animals
biotic and abiotic factors
weathering, erosion, deposition
in the piney woods there are alot of effects of weathering like rivers they take dirt and rocksdown the river to the end. a effect of erosion is also rivers and wind. and a effect of deposion are deltas, deltas happen when rocks are carried down a river and are dropped at the end then the water flows over the rocks then it forms a delta.
catastrophic events
in the piney woods region there has been many catastrophic events that have happend like tornados, wildfires, and flooding.
Oak Wood and Prairies
biotic and abiotic factors
some biotic factors in the oak wood and prairies region is the wildlife there are a lot of plants and animals in this ecoregion, like the, black bear, bison, and red wolves. some abiotic factors like everywhere else in the world is air, water,rocks and many more.
Flowers and grasses
in the oak wood and prairies region there are many grasses like the tallgrass, and the grassland slides. there are also many diffrent flowers like the big bluestem, and the
animals
some aninals found in the oak wood and prairies is the beautiful black bear, the bison, the red wolf, and the white tail deer.
effects of weathering, erosion
and deposition
some effects of weathering, are air, water, burrowing animals. some effects of erosion are rivers and streams, and some effects
catastrophic events
in the pineywoods ecoregion there are alot of wildfires, and there is a lot of rain for a possible chance of a flood.
Blackland Prairies
biotic and abiotic factors
here are some biotic factors in this region, like birds, reptiles, and small mammals. some abiotic factors like anywhere else is rocks, water, and many more.
Animals
some animals in this ecoregion are the white tail deer, the red tailed hawk, and the rio grande wild turkeys.
gulf coast prairies and marshes
Effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition
Here are some effects of weathering, since the Blackland prairies is made up of clay the weathering is mostly the small sediments and rocks broken down into peices. some effects of erosion are, Erosion is mostly the small sediments and rocks weathered. here are some effects of deposition, since there are slight hills and leveled lands the sediments usually create deltas.
Plants and grasses
here are some plants and grasses, like the big blue stem, and some flowers are the beautiful,snowball which come in many colors other than white, and the big indian mallow.
catastrophic events
in the blackland prairies there are wildfires and possible flooding.
biotic and abiotic factors
some biotic factors is the brown tree snake, and lots of beautiful plants. some abiotic factors are like others rocks, rain, and air.
flowers and grasses
some plants are the pine, the oak, and the cardinal flower.
animals
here are some animals in this ecoregion, the Attwater Prairie Chicken, the spoonbill, and the white tail deer.
weathering, erosion, and deposition
weathering can happen with water, deposition can happen when the current in a river stops flowing, and erosion can also be a cause of erosion.
catastrophic events
some catastrophic events are hurricanes, and tropical storms.
coastal sand plain
biotic and abiotic factors
here are some biotic and abiotic factors in the coastal sand plain. here are some biotic factors, like bacteria, and animals. abiotic factors in the coastal sand plain, are like most others, rain, sand, air, water
flowers and grasses
Here are some beautiful flowers and grasses, like the ashy dogweed, the
animals
some animals in this ecoregion are the feral hog, the ctenotus ora, and the horseshoe crab.
weathering, erosion, and deposition
a effect of weathering is sand, and effect of erosion is water, and an effect of deposition is trees trees stop the sand or clay.
catastrophic events
a catastrophic event in this ecoregion is, tropical storm alison
South Texas Brush Plain
biotic and abiotic factors
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