Tundra Biome Progect

By : Jaisen Campos

Tundra Biome Disription

The tundra is very cold. Very few animal species of animals that can live there. So that means that there are not that many animals that live there. The Tundra is the worlds youngest biome.

Abiotic Factors

The Tundra is permanently frozen in 10 inches to 3 feet of snow.There are not that many plants in the Tundra either.Nights in the Tundra can last up to weeks. And sometimes the sun only comes out a few times a month. The average temperature year round is about -18 F. And during the summer the temperature ranges from 37-60 F.

Biotic Factors

The tundra is the worlds coldest and driest biome.The Arctic tundra is also a windy place and winds can blow between 30 to 60 miles (48 to 97 kilometers) per hour. Of the North American, Scandinavian and Russian tundras, the Scandinavian tundra is the warmest, with winter temperatures averaging 18°F (-8°C).There is barely any vegetation in the the Tundra.

Ecologic Concerns or Issues

The Tundra may be very dangerous. But there are people that can live in the Tundra. But it is very hard sometimes to live in the Tundra. The tundra is a very fragile environment. The extremely cold temperatures makes it a difficult environment to survive in during the winter, and plants and animals have a hard time coping with any extra stresses and disturbances. More people moving to the tundra to work in the mines and oil rigs have created towns and more roads. Some animal's movements to traditional feeding and denning grounds have been disrupted by these obstacles.
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