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Biomes

  1. 1. Biomes
  2. 2. What is a biome?
  3. 3. A biome is a geographically large area that contains similar dominant animals and plants. The climate and other abiotic factors are relatively consistent throughout a biome. cc licensed flickr photo by LollyKnit: http://flickr.com/photos/lollyknit/1155225799/
  4. 4. What abiotic factors?
  5. 5. What abiotic factors? Precipitation cc licensed flickr photo by 'PixelPlacebo': http://flickr.com/photos/beatkueng/2832810357/
  6. 6. What abiotic factors? Latitude and radiant energy cc licensed flickr photo by Patrick Q: http://flickr.com/photos/patrick_q/204252734/
  7. 7. What abiotic factors? Altitude cc licensed flickr photo by angela7dreams: http://flickr.com/photos/angela7/92754587/
  8. 8. What abiotic factors? cc licensed flickr photo by Dave Toussaint ( www.photographersnature.com ): http://flickr.com/photos/da vetoussaint/3620351423/ Geography/landforms
  9. 9. What abiotic factors? Soil type/composition cc licensed flickr photo by Forest Service - Northern Region: http://flickr.com/photos/fsnorthernregion/4645651277/
  10. 10. Abiotic factors determine the kind of plants that can survive in the biome. The type of plants determine the type of animals that can survive in the biome.

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