By: Kacey Kirby 7th period Mrs. Humphires
Temperatures: -40 to -20 and in the summer its usually 10 degrees Celsius.
Some Abiotic factors (non-living) things in the Coniferous Forest are
Very moist air
Cold temperatures (-20 to -40)
and rainfall (300-900 millimeters a year)
These things can all be found in the Coniferous forest located in North America, Europe, and Asia.
All plant life is biotic. Here are some plants in the Coniferous Forest.
Saskatoon Berry: a western service berry that looks like a blueberry.
Salal: Leafy shrub, native to Western North America.
Beaked Hazelnut: Shrubby hazel found in North America.
Nootka Rose: 2-10 foot tall light pink flower native to Western North America
Thimbleberry: Species of Rubus native to Northern and western America.
All of these plants grow in soil called Podzols and it's acidic soil.
All animal life is biotic (living) here are some animals in the Coniferous Forest.
White Tail Deer: Also known as Whitetail, this deer is a medium size native to the US
Woodpecker: With a scientific name of Picidae these birds are all a family worldwide except in very few places.
North American Beaver: Native to North America , and usually called "beaver,"
Reindeer: Also called Caribou, it's native to North America and many other country's.
Reeves Munjac: With a scientific name of Muntiacus Reevesi and introduuced toward places Southeastern.