Terrestrial Biomes II. Temperate Woodland and Shrubland Temperate Forest Temperate Woodland Boreal Forest Tundra. Presented by Asha Wilson. Temperate Woodland and Shrubland. Temperate woodlands and shrublands occur on all the continents except Antarctica.
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Presented by Asha Wilson
Deciduous trees lose their leaves in winter.
Greek word for north
the Northern Hemisphere
the earth’s land area.
months and summers are short
and evergreen trees
as grasses, sedges, mosses and lichens.
substantial numbers of large native mammals including: reindeer,
musk, ox, bear, and wolves.
the many tundra ponds and streams.
Ecology Concepts and Applications.
Chapter 2 pgs. 20-43.
Temperate Forest Taiga
Temperate Grassland Boreal Forest