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Tundra and Taiga biome

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Kristin Martin

on 19 April 2013

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What grows? Whats the Growing Season? Taiga Tundra & Taiga Biome project by Kristin Martin. Tundra Taiga Temperatures During the winters, temperatures can average to about -30 F. Summers, temperatures average around 45 F. During the winter, temperatures can go below 0. but otherwise, temperatures vary throughout the year from -65 F to 86 F. Yearly Precipitation Tundra Taiga The tundra's yearly precipitation, including melting snow, gets 6 to 10 inches The taiga's yearly precipitation is 12 to 33 inches. Tundra -Evergreen Trees: pine, needle,fir,spruce. The "growing season" is usually during summer when the vegetation begins to grow and produce. -Shrubs
-moss The "growing season" is usually during summer when the vegetation begins to grow and produce. Latitude and Longitude Tundra Taiga The latitude and longitude of the tundra is 71 N and 156 W. The latitude and longitude of the taiga is 65 N and 147 W. Elevation & Topography Tundra Taiga All of the types of Tundra's elevations vary from 400 ft. to 15,000 ft. The taiga's elevation is around 3,00 feet and can vary higher. Topography of the Taiga is based on the climate and changes. Topography of the Tundra is shaped within the climate with water and ice. Producers & Consumers Taiga Tundra Producers: Lichen, and mosses Herbivores- Musk-Ox, and caribou Carnivores: Arctic fox, and wolverine Top-level Carnivore- Grizzly Bear Abiotic Factors: poor soil, strong winds, and permafrost. Producers: mosses, and fern. Herbivores: snowshoe rabbits and red-squirrels Carnivores: black bear and grizzly bear. Top-level Carnivore- types of cats such as bobcats. Abiotic Factors: rich soil, little sunlight through trees,and hot and cold seasons. Food webs Tundra Taiga Sources: I got the food web pictures from http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Tundra+Food+Web http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Taiga+Food+Web
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