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  • 1. Coniferous Forest Biome by Aaron
  • 2. Abiotic and Biotic Factors Abiotic Factors cold temperature, snow, frozen/unfrozen water, little sunlight, acid soil, rocks Biotic Factors bird: eagle, crow, hawk, vulture, woodpecker, wren, owl bear: giant panda, brown bear, black bear invertebrate: beetle, fly, ladybug, worms rodents: chipmunk, mouse amphibian: frog, newt
  • 3. Where Coniferous Forests are Found Coniferous forests are in the northern part of North America, Europe and Asia. The some parts of the left border of North America has coniferous forests too. equator the orange parts are the coniferous forests
  • 4. Producers evergreen trees: they have tough needles to help it save the tree from being dry. ferns: they reproduce oftenly larch trees: the larch tree has thick bark which can withstand certain weathers and doesn't get easily burned poison oak: they are vines which climb up redwoods
  • 5. Consumers/Adaptations migrate: when an animal goes to a warmer place for example birds migrate when it’ s winter hibernate: when an animal goes to sleep over the winter like bears thick fur: some animals have thick fur which keeps them warm through winter like a wolf or a bobcat camouflage: blend with the surrounding for example the bobcat can turn white in winter and brown in summer
  • 6. Food Web tertiary consumers secondary consumers primary consumers producers decomposer
  • 7. Conservation Issue: Air Pollution Air pollution is a problem in the coniferous forest and it starts out with people making pollution like in factories, motors, and then the pollution destroys the ozone layer which creates the sun to heat the earth and create global warming. The evergreen trees will die because they weren't adopted to the heat. Animals with thick fur will die without having time to adapt to the warm environment and the food web will fall apart.
  • 8. Sources Both!/entry/what-do-animals-eat-in-a- coniferus-forest,511069c8d7fc7b567017d183/2 Food Web org/lessons/less/biomes/conifers/conifweb. html Presentation http://wwf.panda. org/about_our_earth/ecoregions/about/habitat_types/habitats/coniferous _forests/!/entry/is-redwood-an-evergreen-tree, 501c2dd07af68a84dc5e4cd2/2 habitat=coniferous_forest difference http://www.wvdnr. gov/wildlife/magazine/archive/04Winter/winter_wonder.shtm
  • 9. Sources presentation