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Temperate Rainforest Biome Bridget Carnahan Patrick Goldsmith Gracia Ross Period 8 Due: December 19, 2013
Biome World Map
Physical Conditions – Seasons Number Names and Descriptions
Physical Conditions – Temperature Range:
Physical Conditions - Precipitation Type(s) Annual avergage
Physical Conditions – Defining Characteristics Nicknames Cool Facts
Plants and Vegetation – Dominant Types of Plants/Trees
Plants and Vegetation – General Adaptations
Plants and Vegetation – Species 1 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Plants and Vegetation – Species 1 Adaptations
Plants and Vegetation – Species 2 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Plants and Vegetation – Species 2 Adaptations
Plants and Vegetation – Species 3 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Plants and Vegetation – Species 3 Adaptations
Animals - Types
Animals – General Adaptations
Animals – General Dependencies
Animals – Species 1 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Animals – Species 1 Adaptations Niche
Animals – Species 2 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Animals – Species 2 Adaptations
Animals – Species 3 Common Name: Scientific Name: Description:
Animals – Species 3 Adaptations
Environmental Factors – Expert 1
Environmental Issues – Prediction of Expert 1
Environmental Factors – Expert 2
Environmental Issues – Prediction of Expert 2
Environmental Factors – Expert 3
Environmental Issues – Prediction of Expert 3
Name of biome Your names. Pictures of ______ Location of ________ Add map showing location of biome worldwide.
(Name of biome) Your names Per ____ (Date). 1. Pictures of (name of biome) Add at least 4 pictures of your biome use several slides if needed.
Biome Sort Answer Key See how many answers you got correct!
Biomes A Primer. Biome: a definition A biome is a large region characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities.
Title Include name of your biome Be creative Group Members’ Names.
ECOSYSTEMS Day 5. All biomes are influenced by abiotic factors, such as light, temperature, precipitation and type of soil. These abiotic factors influence.
Land Biomes 5 th Grade Presented by Todd Franze EDU 505 Dr. Harrison Yang.
Introduction to Biomes. The Rule of Climatic Similarity Similar environments lead to the evolution of organisms similar in form and function and to similar.
Temperate Rainforest Biome Research By Tyler lovvorn.
Biome Book Name: ______________________________ What is a Biome? _______________________________ ______________________________________________ Directions:
Freshwater River Biome Research: Jacob Mitchmore and Casey Williams.
Plant and Animal Scavenger Hunt through the Desert As you travel through the biome see how many plants and animals you can find!
Biome Web Research Project Use this template to guide you in creating your own PowerPoint on one of the following biome choices, Choose one biome to research.
Biomes Of the World Karlo Sam & Mike. Where in the World is Mike? Characteristics of this biome include: Extremely cold climate Low biotic diversity Simple.
BiomesSection 1 The World’s Major Terrestrial Biomes.
BiomesSection 1 Biomes and Vegetation Biomes are described by their vegetation because plants that grow in an area determine the other organisms that can.
BiomesSection 1 DAY ONE Chapter 6: Biomes Section 1: What is a Biome?
The study of the interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecologists are scientists who study these relationships. Two groups of environmental.
Biomes. What are biomes? Biomes are large geographical areas that have similar climates and ecosystems.
S CIENCE May 3, 2016 Biomes Project. WARM UP Bring your notebook, agenda and pencil to your assigned seat Complete Tuesday’s warm up now!! YOU ARE SILENT,
Biomes & Ecosystems. Terms that you need to know Ecosystem Community Population Climate Biotic Abiotic.
Temperate Deciduous Forest. Temperate Deciduous Forest Climate Description Seasonal variation Seasonal variation Warm summer Warm summer Cold winter Cold.
05 Biome Lab. BIOME A biome is a large geographical area of distinctive plant and animal groups, which are adapted to that particular environment. The.
TEMPERATE RAINFOREST TESSA CINGOLANI’S BIOME PROJECT.
Biomes Units 6 What is a Biome? Large region characterized by specific communities of plants and animals. Determined by climate and geography. Made up.
Find Your Chaparral Morale! By: Alisa, Kathryn, and Kyle.
Homes for organisms since back in the day.. SWBAT discern between differing types of terrestrial biomes and aquatic environments, describe their general.
Photos of Biome and brief introduction.. Location Map Insert a map showing global distribution of your chosen biome.
Temperate Forests By Griffin Mott Brandon Murray.
Chapter 2.4 BIOMES. Target 1 BIOME I will identify the main factors that are used to determine a biome. a) Climate which is based on: Temperature Precipitation.
Biomes of the World Mrs. Shull. Biome Biomes are the world’s major ecosystems Biomes are the world’s major ecosystems The term, Biome, is used to describe.
B IOMES By Sierra and Raven. *T UNDRA * The tundra is the coldest of all biomes. The distinctive characteristic of the tundra is its soil. The soil is.
Biomes Large-Scale Ecosystems Shaped by Global Influences.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Biomes Chapter 6 Table of Contents Section 1 What Is a Biome? Section.
For real… visit the BOREAL By Julia, Michael and Nelson © Boreal Biome Association.
Tropical Forest Callie V. & Amy W. AP Environmental, 3rd Due: 10/20/08.
Biome Ball Project. Instructions: get out a piece of paper and write down the following slides for a project that is equal to a test grade. Each template.
Temperate Rainforest Period 2 Ann Guinee, Meredith Wootton, and Gabriela Venditti.
Vocabulary – Lesson 13 & 14 habitat: the physical surroundings of an ecosystem community: populations of different species living and interacting in a.
By Kyle and Lucibella Page 1. Click on play to view the video.
Biomes (Ecosystems) Objective: What types of environmental conditions occur in the major biomes and how do the organisms depend on one another?
Terrestrial Biomes Guiding Questions: What factors determine the distribution of different climates around the earth? What factors determine the distribution.
2.4 Biomes. Assessment Statements Define the term biome Explain the distribution, structure, and relative productivity of tropical rainforests,
Slide 1 Your biome name with a picture and an Earth map showing the locations of your biome.
Biome PowerPoint Mr. Scott. Purpose You are going to practice your research skills by using the internet and creating an original PowerPoint presentation.
Biome A major type of ecosystems that is defined by climate and vegetation.
E.S. DO NOW A.Biomes 1.large region characterized by climate.
BIOMES A biome is a large geographical area of distinctive plant and animal groups, which are adapted to that particular environment. The climate and geography.
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