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My Biome Brochure

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Leidia Garcia-Sandoval

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My Biome Brochure

Tundra
Temperate Forest
Temperate Grassland
Tropical Rainforest
Desert
Taiga
By Leidia Garcia-Sandoval
Description
Rainforests are large areas surrounding the equator, making the biome warm throughout all year. This biome is made up of largely of tall trees creating a canopy over the biome. This biome is known to be the most diverse biome of the world.
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
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Description
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
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Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
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Abiotic Factors
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Short and tall trees
Diversity of plant life
Tree Vines
Sugar Cane
Animals
Birds
Toucans
Bats
Rain
Soil
Sun
Water
Temperature: 75 F- 80 F
Humid all year
"Tropical Rainforest." UXL Complete Life Science Resource. Ed. Julie Carnagie and Leonard C. Bruno. Detroit: UXL, 2009. Science in Context. Web. 15 Dec. 2013.
Animals
Gazelles
Lions
Mice
Spiders
Plants
Grass
Herbs
Rain (precipitation)
50-8 cm per year
Moderate rainfall
Temperature: -40 F- 100 F
Climate
Summer- hot
Winter- cold
Possibility of fires
Orchids
Seeds
Banana Trees
Bamboo
Coconut Trees
Macaws
Fruit Bats
Monkeys
Insects
Chimpanzees
Parrots
Vampire Bats
Iguanas
Red-Eyed Tree Frog
Python
Jaguar
Liverworts
Grasses
Caribou Moss
Lichens
Pikas
Musk Ox
Caribou
Lemmings
Arctic Hares
Arctic Foxes
Brown Bears
Arctic Wolves
Polar Bears
Kittiwakes
Snowy Owls
Man
Decomposers
Animals
Rabbits
Skunks
Deer
Birds
Plants
Maple trees
Shrubs
Oak
Animals
Polar bears
Birds
Wolves
Trout
Plants
Shrubs
Short grass
Rain (precipitation)
75-100 cm per year
Temperature: -22 F - 86 F
Seasons
Summer- hot
Winter- cold
Rain (precipitation)
15-25 cm per year
Temperature: -29.2 F- 53.6 F
Permafrost
Usually cold and dark
Coyote
Red-tailed Hawk
Owl
Rattlesnake
Meerkat
Ferret
North American
Badge
Kori
Bustard
Axis Deer
Mouse
Grasshoppers
Ironweed
Milkweed
Big Bluestem Grass
New England
Aster
Decomposers
Desert Bobcat
Wild Burro
Banded Gecko
Pygmy Owl
Coyote
Banded Gila Monster
Joshua Tree
Saguaro
Cactus
Brittle
Bush
Fan Palm
Fruit
Desert Termites
Birds
Seeds
Trees
Grass
Shrubs
Sedges
Moss
Fungi
Insects
Porcupine
Moose
Cottontail
Deer
Caribou
Squirrels
Elk
Mice
Bears
Northern Bat
Raccoons
Foxes
Birds
Skunks
Ermine
Wolverine
Minks
Weasel
Great horned
Owl
Snowy Owl
Arctic Fox
Hawks
Snakes
Sow Bug Honey Fungus
Animals
birds
moose
deer
wolverines
Plants
Fir trees
small shrubs
Rain (precipitation )
30-84 cm per year
Temperature: -65.2 F- 69.8 F
Summers- short and moist
"Taiga Food Web." Biomesfirst. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Taiga Food Web>.
"A Tropical Rainforest Food Web." Biomesfirst. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Tropical Rainforest Food Web>.
"Tundra Food Web." Biomesfirst. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Tundra Food Web>.
"Grasslands Food Web." Biomesfirst. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Grasslands Food Web>.
"Desert Food Web." Biomesfirst. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://biomesfirst.wikispaces.com/Desert Food Web>.
"Adaptations to A Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome." Temperate Deciduous Forest Biomes. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Dec. 2013. <http://www.vtaide.com/png/temperateBiomes.htm>
Rodent
Birds
Insects
Skunk
Bird
Opossum
Fox
Owl
Deer
Cougar
Bear
Grass
Tundra is described a treeless biome mostly located above the tree line, which are the biomes where trees are located. They can be found around Antarctica and up north in NA, Europe and Asia. This biome is cold and dry, having dark winters and bright summers.
Rogerson, Robert J. "Tundra." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2013.
Temperate forest, also known as deciduous, can be found in most of North American and Europe. The temperate forest includes many plant and animal life, and during winter trees lose their leaves and birds migrate south.
Maycock, Paul F. "Forest." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2013.
Grasslands are described as a biome that has that has special soil with the ability to support the large amounts of grass located in it. Grasslands also have frequent fires that help control the plant growth so it does not become a forest.
Animals
Lizards
bobcats
birds
rats
Plants
Cacti
Joshua trees
Precipitation
2-26 cm per year
Temperature
High:68F-120.2F
Low: -.4F- 50F
Temperatures vary
Very little rainfall
dfsag
Deserts are described as any place where rainfall is decreasing and the climate is very severe that barely any life can live there as there is barely any grass or plant life.
Rogerson, Robert J. "Desert." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2013.
Taiga, also known as boreal forest, has a large amount of trees called conifer. This biome is located south of the tundra and warmer than tundra making it better for plant life.
Boutin, Stan. "Taiga." World Book Advanced. World Book, 2013. Web. 17 Dec. 2013.
Biggs, Alton, et al.
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Biggs, Alton, et al.
Biology
.: The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print.
Biggs, Alton, et al.
Biology
.: The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print.
Biggs, Alton, et al.
Biology
.: The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print.
Biggs, Alton, et al.
Biology
.: The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print.
Biggs, Alton, et al.
Biology
.: The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2009. Print.
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