Biomes (Temperate Rainforest (The seasonal appearance of these forests),…
The seasonal appearance of these forests
a desert is a landscape form or region that receives very little precipitation. Generally deserts are defined as areas that receive an average annual precipitation of less than 250 mm (10 inches). The terminology used to define deserts is complex.
a large area covered chiefly with trees and undergrowth
a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen.
the swampy coniferous forest of high northern latitudes, especially that between the tundra and steppes of Siberia.
Temperate Deciduous Forest
Temperate deciduous forests or temperate broad-leaf forests are dominated by trees that lose their leaves each year. They are found in areas with warm moist summers and cool winters.
Shrubland, scrubland, scrub, brush, or bush is a plant community characterised by vegetation dominated by shrubs, often also including grasses, herbs, and geophytes. Shrubland may either occur naturally or be the result of human activity.
a large open area of country covered with grass, especially one used for grazing.
a tropical woodland with an annual rainfall of at least 100 inches (254 centimeters) and marked by lofty broad-leaved evergreen trees forming a continuous canopy — called also tropical rain forest. 2 : temperate rain forest.
a grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions, with few trees.
relating to high mountains.
vegetation consisting chiefly of tangled shrubs and thorny bushes.
Polar deserts are areas with annual precipitation less than 250 mm and temperature of less than 10 °C during the warmest months. Polar deserts on Earth cover nearly 5,000,000 km² and consist primarily of hard bedrock or gravel plains.
A large area of flat unforested grassland in SE Europe or Siberia
relating to or found in the sea.
a ridge of rock in the sea formed by the growth and deposit of coral.
A mountain range or hill range is a series of mountains or hills ranged in a line and connected by high ground. A mountain system or mountain belt is a group of mountain ranges with similarity in form,