Biome research By Peyton Quillin. Tundra. Location: Arctic circle, Antarctica Description:Cold,Dry Soil type:frozen,permafrost Precipitation:25 cm per year Temperture:winter:-50,summer:50 Climate:snowy,cold. Tundra Geography & Climate. Plants: mosses, grasses, small shrubs, and lichens.
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Biotic: birds to tree: tree provides shelter for the birds. Also owls, and other birds
Abiotic:rain: provides the little snow they get.
Wind: carries the seeds the plants produce.TundraInteractions of Biotic and Abiotic
The predators need variety to survive. If one species dies and that is the predators only meal than the predators die off. The prey will grow in size and run out of food and die off too.How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem?