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Taiga. Biome Research By Alecia Fay. Taiga Geography & Climate. Location: North U.S. & North Asia. Description: Carnivorous forest, very few animal species, & cold. Soil Type: Spodosol not very fertile. Precipitation: 12-13 inches of rain per year.

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taiga
Taiga

Biome Research

By

Alecia Fay

taiga geography climate
TaigaGeography & Climate
  • Location: North U.S. & North Asia.
  • Description: Carnivorous forest, very few animal species, & cold.
  • Soil Type: Spodosol not very fertile.
  • Precipitation: 12-13 inches of rain per year.
  • Temperature: Winters are -65ºF to 30ºF. Summers range from 30ºF to 70ºF.
  • Climate: Winters are dark, cold with lots of snow, summers are warm & short days.
taiga biodiversity
TaigaBiodiversity

Plants Animals

1.Balsam Fir American Black Bear

2.Blackspruce Bald Eagle

3.Dugolas-Fir Bob Cat

4.Eastern Cedar Canadian Lynch

5.Jackpine Gray Wolf

6.Paper Birch Grizzly Bear

7. Siberian Spruce Long Eared Owl

8. White Fir Red Fox

9: White Poplar River Otter

10:White Spruce Snow Shoe Rabbit

taiga adaptations needed for survival
taiga Adaptations Needed for Survival
  • Animals most grow long coats for harsh winters.
  • Plants must grow spikes to protect water they need for long winters.
taiga interactions of biotic and abiotic
Taiga Interactions of Biotic and Abiotic

Almost all my animals either burrow or live in hollowed out trees. My animals also breath the oxygen that the trees create.

Trees use the carbon dioxide that my animals use to generate photosynthesis.

what is biodiversity
What is Biodiversity?
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how does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem
How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem?

It helps the animals live and also the trees.