CONIFEROUS FOREST

By: Lauren Bierschenk

Abiotic & Biotic Factors

Three examples of abiotic factors in the biome of Taiga: temperature, snow, soil, sunlight, and air. Also, three examples of biotic factors in the biome of Taiga: spruce tree, caribou, wolverine, raccoon, and lichens.
BIOTIC FACTORS

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ABIOTIC FACTORS

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TAIGA

The average yearly precipitation is 12-33 inches and the temperature is -65-30 degrees Fahrenheit in winter and 20-70 degrees in the summer time. One example of plant life is the Evergreen Tree and an example of animal life is the Cooper's Hawk. Also, the soil type in the Taiga is thin and lacking in nutrients.The coniferous Forest is known as the Largest Terrestrial biome in the world. Because of its frigged temperatures plus its largest range of plant and animal life, permafrost, a soil that preserves plants and animals in freezing climates, is very useful for this biome.
CLIMATE AND SOIL

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PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE

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SOME FOOD WEBS

Human Influence

One way that humans help the Taiga is by recycling and reusing produces. Another is by stopping logging that destroys its environment. One the other hand, we hinder its environment by creating roads and polluting the air.
HINDER LINK

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HELP LINK

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INTERESTING FACTS

~Taiga is a Russian word for Forest


~Fot 6 months of the year, temperatures are freezing

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