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Transcript of Biomes
I hope you enjoyed this spectacular journey of The Biomes I am here to take you on a journey on this mysterious island and we will face many perils along the way, however, I am sure we will make it through all of the biomes without much trouble.
Eugene Choo Hello Traveler! Desert Tundra By Eugene Choo (3rd period) The Biomes Project "Oh, the Places You Will Go" http://tinyurl.com/dyva9v4 Forest Tundra http://tinyurl.com/cpdrm7p http://tinyurl.com/crfl92d Desert http://tinyurl.com/c2pb8nz Aquatic Environmental Changes Environmental Changes in the Alpine Tundra Aquatic Environmental Changes Arctic Tundra The Forest Biome Alpine Tundra Arctic Hare http://tinyurl.com/cyyz84n http://tinyurl.com/c33axqd Polar Bears Caribou http://tinyurl.com/cyw7cy2 Lichen http://tinyurl.com/crngfy5 Reindeer Moss and Grasses http://tinyurl.com/crngfy5 Pika http://tinyurl.com/d5jpjlt Big-Horn Sheep http://tinyurl.com/bwh9sw2 Yellow Paintbrush http://tinyurl.com/bqdj4wq Ptarmigan http://tinyurl.com/cn9glyh Mulanje Massif, Malawi Before and After
Due to agricultural conversion, wildfires, fuel wood collection, and invasive species, much of the Alpine tundra was destroyed from
1973-2006 (PLEASE WATCH) Environmental Changes In the Arctic Tundra Larsen Ice Shelf, Antarctica Global Warming is really affecting the Larsen Ice Shelf by melting the ice an that will affect the animals that live their like polar bears Murzuq Oasis Irrigation, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Libya depends on 95% of it's water on groundwater and the supply was running out and people needed it for agricultural purposes, but people found another source of water underneath a desert, so people started to farm in it and that started to cause problems with the sources running out and so many peopleusing the land Isahaya Bay, Japan Water in the Isahaya Bay was slowly drained away, so that caused a lot of problems for the Nori, (seaweed) and the people who farmed it. It affects the ecosystem, so environmental concervationists are urging people to stop the process of draining the water from the bay.