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  • 1. Biomes Major varieties of world ecosystems
  • 2. World Biomes
  • 3. Biomes & Climate
  • 4. Biomes Terrestrial Tropical rainforest Temperate rainforest Temperate deciduous forest Tiaga (boreal forest) Tundra Desert Temperate grassland Savannah Chaparral/Steppe Urban Marine Open ocean Antarctic ocean (edge of the ice) Estuary Coral Reef Barrier Island Shallow ocean/bay Mangrove forests Freshwater River Lake Pond Wetlands (Swamps, marshes, etc.)
  • 5. Tropical Rainforest
  • 6. Temperate Deciduous Forest
  • 7. Tiaga (Boreal Forest)
  • 8. Temperate Rainforest
  • 9. Desert
  • 10. Temperate Grasslands
  • 11. Marine Biomes Open Ocean Coral Reefs - Barrier Islands - Shallow Marine…
  • 12. Mangrove “Forests”
  • 13. Wetlands
  • 14. “ Biome in a Box” Due next Wednesday October 7th
    • Title and world map showing location of biome.
    • Bottom of box must have 3-D terrain.
    • Include 4 Animals found in that biome.
    • Write about 2 adaptations of the animals.
    • Three plants found in that biome.
    • Write about 2 adaptations of the plants in the biome.
    • One way humans have impacted/upset the ecosystem within that biome.
    • Climate – including average temperatures, precipitation, and elevation/latitude.

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