Physics, 22.06.2019 21:00 violetagamez2

Identify some abiotic characteristics of the tundra biome.


Answer from: gggghhhhhhhhhhhh
1.)strong winds
2.)low precipitation
3.)short and soggy summers
4.)long and cold winters
5.)bad soil
Answer from: AdoNice

Taiga (boreal forest or snow forest), is the largest land biome characterized by coniferous forests which consist mostly of pines, spruces and larches. Abiotic characteristics of taiga are:

•Temperature-usually very low, but with high variations (extreme annual variation of temperature)

• Precipitation-usually low, includes rain, fog and snow

•Soil-poor with nutrients, acidic, formation of permafrost (frozen ground)

•Winds-cold form arctic circle.

Answer from: hqlego3189

Taiga biome abiotic characteristics involve; colder temperatures with short summers and cold winters, soil being thin and acidic, extreme climate that prevents the growth of many plants, and little rainfall but heavy snows. Explanation:

Answer from: purplefive85

Taiga is one of the largest terrestrial biome which includes the areas of North America, Europe and Asia. The abiotic characteristics of this biome are:

1. Temperature: It usually has sub-arctic temperature which varies between -5°C to 5°C (10°C being the highest). It has short and wet summers and long cold winters.

2. Soil: The soil is very thin, young and thin. In addition, it is also acidic in nature because of fallen pine needles.

Extreme climate hinders or prevents the growth of plants. Also, it limits the addition of organic material to the soil.

3. Precipitation: This biome receives very less amount of rainfall (only 12-33 inches of rain that too during summer). In contrast, it receives heavy snowfall throughout the winter season.

4. Wind: They bring extreme cold breezes from arctic circle.

These factors limits the growth of vegetation and thus it inhibits the growth of animals.

Answer from: Cedars6976
By definition, a chaparral ecosystem is mostly located in the south of the United States wherein it mainly comprises the mountain ranges of Sierra Nevada. In addition to that, biotic characteristics of these chaparrals include having abiotic factos such as wet winters and dry summers that sometimes cause wildfires.
Answer from: zulaykaalex
Cooler and dryer
Answer from: Aprillove7939
Rubber/bamboo trees, sloths, anteaters, poison dart frogs, and bromeliads. 
Answer from: mustachbrah
Soil, permafrost layer,rainfall
Answer from: claudr03
They are cooler and drier than tropical rain forests. Abiotic factors, or nonliving factors, of a temperate rain forest include temperature, water, cloud cover, soil and light. These abiotic factors interact with biotic, or living factors, to form the rain forest's unique ecosystem.
Answer from: ameliaduxha7
The abiotic factors that influence Tundra are strong winds, rainfall, short summer days, long and cold winters, soil, permafrost layer. The average winter temperature of artic tundra is -34 degree Celsius and average summer temperature is 3-12 degree Celsius.

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