Terrestrial Biomes

A biome is a community of land organisms that live under the same environmental conditions. There are seven commonly recognized biomes, often named by one or more main plant types that grow there (e.g., grassland or rainforest). Different biomes generally have different temperature and water cycle patterns.

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Individual organisms exist within specific ranges of temperature, precipitation, humidity, and sunlight. Organisms exposed to climate conditions outside their normal range must adapt or migrate, or... Explanation Ecosystems and Biodiversity, Terrestrial Biomes, Major Aquatic Ecosystems, Ecosystems/Biodiversity Impacts: Temperature Changes, Ecosystems/Biodiversity Impacts: Water Cycle Changes Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Science PCEP
Plants and animals in different parts of the planet are very different from each other. These differences are not random. Instead, they have distinct patterns that are closely related to the local ... Explanation Terrestrial Biomes Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, College Climate Science Overview PCEP

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