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Transcript of biomes
-Summer insects- Mosquitoes,black flies,deer flies,butterflies, moths,grasshopper,and arctic bees
-Birds: Snowy owl,snow geese,white crownd sparrows etc..............
- Mammles: Caribou,polar bears,wolves,arctic foxes,arctic hares,and ground squirrels etc..... Here are some example of abiotic elements in tundra
-little rain (35cm)
-snow(35cm in a year)
-long and cold winters
-short summers The climate in tundra is characterized by:
-Summers that lasts 6-10 weeks
-The humidity has increased to 100%(cause of global warming)
-the temperature goes as low as -60 degree Celsius
-never gets warmer then 7-10 degree Celsius Introduction By:Mansi TP7 Today I will be telling you
about the coldest biome of all,TUNDRA.
I hope you enjoy it:) Description I hope that you enjoyed my prezi.
Thanks for watching. Tundra is characterized by
-freezing temperatures(-60 degree Celsius)
landform is described as:
-polar ice caps
-frozen water located in Churchill,Manitoba
and in the arctic Pictures Location Credits
Links for biome: tundra
1. JORGE CAUZ. (1768). Tundra. Encyclopedia Britannica
website link: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/91513/Canada/43276/Tundra
2. doesn't have name or date . Biotic And Abiotic Factors On Tundra
website link: http://oildrillingh.tripod.com/id14.html
3. Strahler, Arthur N.(1984). Tundra Climate (E). Tundra Climate
website link: http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/tundra_climate_page.htm TundraPlants Plants:
- Arctic poppy