Tundra

By:Jade lopez

Tundra climate

The tundra is an icy climate. With the temperature of 10'c (50'f) without snow fall and with snow presents it's 0'c (32'f). There so many biotic and abiotic things living and non-living things in the tundra. For example abiotic; The sun, wind, snow, rain, and rocks. And for biotic; snowy owl, wolverine, woodland caribou, woodly rhinoceros, and musk ox these are a few examples of the biotics things in the tundra.



Biotic factors

There are different things you can find in a tundra. They're all different types of plants and animal. For an examples they're only 48 species who live on land-- snowshoe, rabbies, musk-oxen, harlequin,and duck also most of these animals migrate to the tundras. The land has all sorts of kinds of plants like shrubs, sedeges, mosses, grass and linchens and the below soil there is permafrost.

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Tundra value

How do humans affect this biome?

Humans pollute by mining and drilling for oil. In Russia to. The nickel mines pollute plants to the point of death.

Why do we need this biome?

A tundra is one of the major carbon dioxide sinks. It takes in more carbon dioxide than it gives our which helps prevent global warming.

What is this biome known for?

Tundras have long cold winter and short warm summers. The animals that have adapted bring culture to this biome.

How can we protect this biome?

  • Limit tourism
  • Use different energy sources
  • Add protection to area
  • Limits buildings

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Tundra facts

They're are actually multiple tundras in the world, Alipine tundra, Antartic tundra, and Artic tundra.


Also the sun rise rarely happens in the tundra at least six month of the year there is no sun.

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Humans Effect on Tundra

How do humans help the Tundra?

We humans don't actually help the tundra in any way.



How do humans harm the Tundra?

We pollute the every thing

We also built on the tundra