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Biome Project--Staunton, VA

Information of Staunton's Temperate Deciduous Forest
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Michelle Daellenbach

on 6 November 2012

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Temperate Deciduous Forest Staunton, Virginia Location 38.1579° N, 79.0764° W Precipitation: 750 to 1,500 mm of rain per year




Temperature: -30°C to 30°C,
Yearly average is 10°C,
Hot summers, cold winters Flora Broadleaf trees (oaks, maples, beeches)
Shrubs
Perennial herbs
Mosses Precipitation and Temperature Bats
Beaver
Black Bears
Bobcats
Coyotes
Deer
Foxes
Groundhogs
Opossums
Raccoons
Squirrels and Chipmunks
Skunks Fauna Topography and Weather
Staunton, Virginia is in the mountains of Virginia. Because Virginia is so mountainous, it forms microclimates throughout the state. Winds normally blow from west to east.

Because Virginia runs along the Atlantic Ocean, it often falls victim to hurricanes. Most recently, Virginia was affected by Hurricane Sandy. There was high snowfall, rainfall, and high winds in much of Virginia. Staunton was largely unaffected, although the Staunton School District's schools closed.
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