presentation makeover magic final draft
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- 1. Earth is
2. diverse 3. in manyways 4. whenwe picture ourworld 5. it is usually like this 6. or this 7. biomesbut not this. 8. biomes The world's major communities,classified according to thepredominant vegetation and characterized by adaptations of organisms to that particular environment. (Campbell, 1996) 9. how many 10. 9-15 debated 11. cause 12. climate 13. geography 14. w e s tern hemisphere 15. major biomes1. Deciduous Forests2. Deserts3. Grasslands4. Taiga5. Tropical Rainforests6. Tundra 16. Deciduous Forests 17. Deciduous Forests Primarily located in the eastern half of the United States 18. Deciduous Forests Many hardwood trees,which lose their leavesin the fall. 19. squirrel 20. white-tail deer 21. black bear 22. Deserts 23. Deserts Primarily located in the southwest United States, western Mexico, and Chile 24. DesertsExtremely dry with annual rainfall less than 10 inches. 25. Deserts Plants such as cacti and sagebrush 26. coyote 27. banded gilla monster 28. armadillo lizard 29. Grasslands 30. GrasslandsPrimarily located inthe midwestUnited States,Uruguay, andArgentina 31. GrasslandsPrairie or plains with little change in elevation 32. bobolink 33. coyote 34. prairie dog 35. Taiga 36. TaigaPrimarily located in the northern parts of Canada 37. Taiga Land dominated by conifers and many bogs, lakes and marshes 38. northern lynx 39. long-eared owl 40. river otter 41. Tropical Rainforests 42. Tropical RainforestPrimarily located in Central and South America 43. Tropical RainforestsTall trees, great variety of vegetation, and very dense growth 44. pygmy marmoset 45. leaf cutter ant 46. red-eye tree frog 47. Tundra 48. TundraOnly located in theextremely northernlatitudes of NorthAmerica 49. Tundra Permafrost exists 2- 13 ft (61-400) cm below the surface 50. arctic fox 51. snowy owl 52. ermine 53. summary 54. biomes The world's major communities,classified according to thepredominant vegetation and characterized by adaptations of organisms to that particular environment. (Campbell, 1996) 55. major biomes of the western hemisphere 1. Deciduous Forests 2. Deserts 3. Grasslands 4. Taiga 5. Tropical Rainforests 6. Tundra 56. diverse 57. caused by climate geography