Bell Work. Due to the long, cold winters and the short, cool summers, the subarctic climate region is a part of which biome? Arctic tundra Boreal forest Temperate forest Temperate grassland.
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A. Tropical rain forests grow all the way up its sides.
B. Precipitation on the mountain is always in the form of snow.
C. More rain falls on the summit than on the sides.
D. The types of vegetation change drastically from the base to the summit.
3. The American Deep South, with its muggy climate, fried chicken and watermelon, magnolia trees, and recognizable accents is an example of –
4. Along high-latitude coasts, particularly in far northern regions of North America, Europe, Asia, the climate is very cold all year. The winters are long and cold, and the summers are short and cool. The average rainfall is 5 to 15 inches a year. The average temperature for the warmest month is 40 degrees F, and the average temperature for the coldest month is 0 degrees F. What biome exists in such a climate?