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A group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.Biomes A group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.
Tropical Rain Forest 125-600 cm of rain a year (a lot)20-34 degrees Celsius (68-93)F
Tropical Rain Forest Most abundant life on Earth.Plants: Kapok tree, Durian Animals: monkey, cobra, insects, insects, and more insects
Temperate Rain Forest Lots of rain too: 300 cm a yearTemperature is more moderaterarely above 27 Celsius
Temperate Rain Forest Plants: redwood tree, cedar tree, douglas firAnimals: deer, squirrel, otter, elk, bird, etc
Desert Very little rain: less than 25 cm a yearTemperature varieshot in the day, cold at night
Desert Plants: Joshua Tree, low lying shrubs, saguro cactusAnimals: gila monster, sidewinder, other animals adapted to dry
Grasslands Rainfall: 25-75 cm per yearSavannas are grasslands near the equator and they can get as much as 125 cm a year Temperature: very hot seasons and then cooler seasons
Grasslands Plant: grass mostlyAnimals: lions, antelope, wildebeest, rhino
Deciduous Forest Average Rainfall: at least 50 cm per yearTemperature: varies from season to season but is moderate This is what we live in.
Deciduous Forest Trees with leaves that fall off each yearBirds, bears, rabbits, etc.
Boreal Forest Rainfall30-80 cm Temperature -54 to 21 Celcius
Boreal Forest Plants: coniferous trees such as spruce and pineAnimals: large herbivores and carnivores such as elk, wolves, deer, bears
Tundra Rainfallalmost no precipitationTemperature -56 Celsius or -70 Farenheit Ground has a frozen layer of permafrost
Tundra Plants: low lying plants such as arctic mossAnimals: Caribou, wolves, fox, rabbit
Objective: Students will describe biotic and abiotic parts of an
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Tropical Rain Forest Located Near the Equator High Precipitation No Seasons Temperate Rain Forest Middle Latitudes High Temperature Moderate Temperatures.
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State Standard SB4A. Investigate the relationships among organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems, and biomes. Terrestrial Biomes (3.2)
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A group of land ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.
Biomes. Biomes Biomes are a group of ecosystems with similar climates (temperature and rainfall) and organisms.
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