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Biomes and Ecosystems. Chicago: Gareth Stevens, 2007. Kirchner, enee. Biomes. armington ills, MI: Kid aven, 2006. H H F R Way Cool Science: Biotrackers—Biomes and Habitats. DVD. Mazzarella Media, 2007. com/biomes/ Learn more about biomes on this interesting site. ” he P A Center for Educational Technologies—Biomes T profiles are packed with information about the work of biome scientists. html his site has information about the plants and animals of each biome. It also tells more about climographs.
Hey are not adapted to hold in water like cacti. Maples need sunlight to grow and thrive. he rain forest floor gets little sunlight, so it would be hard for maples to grow there. P dd together the rainfall totals for all the months on your chart. Look at the final number. 4 cm) of rain each year. Is your number less than 10? If so, you live in a desert biome. If it’s more than 10, you do not live in a desert. Chapter Two age 13 age 28 1. ain forest 80–400 inches (200–1,000 cm) 2. Deciduous forest 30–60 inches (75–150 cm) R 3.
28 21st Century Skills Library Real World Science Challenge Answers Chapter Four age 25 cactus could not live in the arctic tundra. Cacti cannot live in very cold temperatures. ain forest plants would not survive in the dry desert. hey are not adapted to hold in water like cacti. Maples need sunlight to grow and thrive. he rain forest floor gets little sunlight, so it would be hard for maples to grow there. P dd together the rainfall totals for all the months on your chart. Look at the final number.