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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
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1 ENVIRONMENT/HABITAT / BIOME _______________________________ BY: LENA WICKENKAMP DIVYA RAJESWARI SWAMINATHAN MUSSIE G. TEWOLDE CHIMA OGBONNAYA NKWOR Ifgi.
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