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Taiga . Biome Research By Bradon Prewitt. Name of Biome Geography & Climate. Location: Northern Hemisphere Description: Streches from Canada, Northern European and Asia. Soil type: Wet and frozen Precipitation: lots and lots of rain, snow and sleet

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Taiga
Taiga

Biome Research

By

Bradon Prewitt


Name of biome geography climate
Name of BiomeGeography & Climate

Location: Northern Hemisphere

Description: Streches from Canada, Northern European and Asia.

Soil type: Wet and frozen

Precipitation: lots and lots of rain, snow and sleet

Temperature range: 50 degrees north and 60 degrees north

Climate: Snowy


Taiga biodiversity
Taiga Biodiversity

  • Plant species: Cone bearing, evergreen trees, lichens, and mosses.

    Animal species: Moose, lynx, shrews, bears, foxes, wolverines, coopers hawk, wolves, snowshoe hare, deer, elk, chipmunks, bats, and woodpeckers 14 animal species.


Taiga adaption needed to survive
Taiga Adaption needed to survive

  • Plant: Coniferous trees are abundant roots long to anchor tree need less long thin and waxy low sunlight pour soil, keeps plants from growing. Animals thick fur or feathers keep them warm some have sharp claws for climbing trees color white to help hide in the snow brown to help hide in the trees.


Taiga interactions of biotic and abiotic
Taiga Interactions of Biotic and Abiotic

  • Biotic: There are many different biotics such as moose's, lynx, shrews, bears, foxes, deer are some of the animals that live there.

  • Abiotic: The forest of the taiga is so dense that little sunlight penetrates the trees to reach the forest trees, plants, and waterholes.


What is biodiversity
What is Biodiversity?

  • Biodiversity is the variety of life. It can be studied on many levels. At the highest level, you can look at all difference species on the entire earth.


How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem
How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem?

  • Use the handout given in class to answer the above question

  • Biodiversity allows us to live healthy and happy lives. It provides us with an array of foods and materials and it contributes to the economy.


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