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Temperate Forest Power Point
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Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
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Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
Temperate Forest Power Point
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Temperate Forest Power Point
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  • 1. Temperate Forest.
    ForestaTemperata
    By: Jake Davis & Jonathan Rodrigues
  • 2. General description
    Areas with high levels of precipitation, humidity and contain a variety of deciduous trees. They loose their leaves in the winter.
  • 3. Abiotic Factors
    Precipitation Range: 20-60 inches
  • 4. Map of Temperate Forests around the world
  • 5. Location
    Eastern Asia
    Central and Western Europe
    Eastern United States
  • 6. Climate
    Seasons: winter, fall, spring, and summer.
    Range of temps.
    - Lows of -22° F (Winter)
    - Highs of 86° F (Summer)
  • 7. Biotic Factors
  • 8. Forest Canopy
    Maple Trees:
  • 9. Forest Canopy
    Walnut Trees:
  • 10. Forest Canopy
    Birch Trees:
  • 11. Small Tree Tier
    Dogwood Trees:
  • 12. Small Tree Tier
    Redbuds Trees:
  • 13. Small Tree Tier
    Shadbush Trees:
  • 14. Shrub Tier
    Mountain Laurel :
    Azaleas
    Huckleberries.
  • 15. Herb Tier
    Indian Cucumber
    Blue Bead
    Lilly
    Wild Sarsaparilla
  • 16. Flood Tier
    Lichens
    Mosses
  • 17. Animals
    Insects
    Spiders
    Squirrels
    And….
  • 18. Raccoons
    Rabbits
    Skunks
  • 19. Foxes
    Coyotes
    Wolves
  • 20. Bears
    Mooses
    Deers
  • 21. Bobcats
    MountainLions
  • 22. Humming Birds
    Eagles
  • 23. Other Info:
    Temperate forests are made up of a mixture of deciduous and coniferous trees, with most plant species being deciduous.
    They have four separate seasons, with one of them being a cold or cool-dry winter.
    The growing season is 140-200 days long. Temperate forests have an annual precipitation (rain and maybe snow) of 75-150cm, and it is spread throughout the year.
  • 24. Different types of temperate forests are named based on the amount of water they receive and in what form they receive it:
    moist coniferous forests
    evergreen broad-leaved forests
    dry coniferous forests
    temperate coniferous forests
    temperate broad-leaved rainforests
    Other Info:
  • 25. Temperate forests are found around the world in a broad area between the tropics and the Polar Regions.
    The largest areas of temperate deciduous forest are found in western and central Europe, parts of Russia, northeastern Asia, Chile, and along the western coast of Canada and the U.S.A.
    In the southern hemisphere, Australia and New Zealand have broad-leaved evergreen forests.
    Other Info:
  • 26. The annual temperature in temperate forests can vary between -30°C and 30°C, depending on where they are located. (-22°F to 86°F)
    These important forest ecosystems are most commonly threatened by logging for farming, housing, and timber, as well as by air and water pollution.
    Other Info:
  • 27. Animals commonly found in temperate forests include various species of squirrels, rabbits, skunks, birds, deer, wolves, foxes, weasels, bears, and cat species such as mountain lions and bobcats.
    Most of the animals found in temperate forests specialize in eating nuts and acorns or feed on plants and other animals.
    Common trees are species of oak, maple, beech, chestnut, hickory, elm, walnut and sweet gum.  Ferns and small shrubs are also common.
    Other Info:
  • 28. http://tfproject.tripod.com/
  • 29. Sources
    http://biology.about.com/od/landbiomes/a/aa052506a.htm
    http://www.globio.org/glossopedia/fast_facts.aspx?art_id=3&media_type=fast_fact

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