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Tundra Biome

Tundra Biome

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Tundra Biome

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  1. Tundra Biome By: T.J. and Joey A.

  2. Part 1 • This section will be about • 1. The temperature. • 2. The average annual precipitation. • 3. Natural features that contribute to the climate. • 4. The seasons of our biome. • 5. Where in the world our biome is located. • 6. If our biome contains fault lines and volcanoes. • Also mountains • 7. Natural resources found in our biome. • 8. List of several abiotic and biotic factors in our biomes.

  3. Average Temperature • Average temperature in the tundra biome. • 12°Fahrenheit

  4. Average Annual Precipitation • The average annual rainfall in northern Canada is…… • 15 – 20 Inches

  5. Natural features that contribute to the climate • Some natural features that contribute to the climate are…. • 1. Mountains • 2. Glaciers • 3. Ice • 4. Cold Bodies of Water • 5. Snow • 6. Cold Wind

  6. Season’s in the tundra biome • The 2 main season’s in our biome is Winter and Fall.

  7. Location of the Tundra Biome The location of the tundra biome is….. in Antarctica and the Arctic.

  8. Mountains, Volcanoes, and Fault Lines • Antarctica: • Underneath all 9,000 ft. of snow is solid land. There are mountains there, the tallest being 4,892 ft. above sea level. There are no fault lines or volcanoes though. • Arctic Circle and the Arctic • There are both mountains and volcanoes in the Arctic, which is partially Greenland. There are a few known • We are not sure if there are any fault lines in either of these places because we could not find any websites about this

  9. Natural Resources • 3 natural resources found in the tundra are…. • Oil, water, and fish.

  10. Abiotic and biotic factors • Abiotic Factors • Water • Snow • Biotic Factors • Polar Bear • Penguin • Arctic Wolf • Grizzly Bear • Caribou

  11. Part 2 • Plants • Animals • Poisonous or endangered • Tundra plant products • Pollution • Humans activities • Damages • Drinking water • People do for living in the Tundra

  12. Plants • Arctic moss • Arctic willow • Bearberry • Caribou moss • Diamond-leaf willow • Labrador tea • Pasque flower • Tufted saxifrage

  13. animals • Polar Bear • Arctic Fox • Arctic Hare • Caribou • Snowy Owl • Musk Ox

  14. Poisonous or endangered • ENDANGERED • Arctic fox • Polar bear • Penguins • POISONOUS • None found

  15. Tundra plant products • Bearberries are a edible and can be used in a tea • Labrador tea a plant witch the leaves are used also for tea

  16. pollution • Air pollution • Ground disturbance

  17. Humans activities • Snowboarding • Sledding • Other Winter sports • Snowball fights • Ice skating • Building a snowman

  18. damages • Explosions • Oil spills

  19. Drinking water • Yes there is drinking water in the tundra

  20. People do for a living in the tundra • Shoveling snow • Depositing oil