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Biomes of the World

 
    Biomes are the various regions of our planet that can best be distinguished by their climate, fauna and flora. There are different ways of classifying biomes but the common elements are climate, habitat, animal and plant adaptation, biodiversity and human activity.
 
    It is important to know the inter-relationship between each of these elements in a biome. A change in one affects the other directly or indirectly. Scientists argue on the exact number, or different types of biomes in existence but they are commonly classified as grasslands, forests, deserts, aquatic and tundra.
    Students will be conducting research on the major biomes on the planet. The biomes are listed below. You can click on them and you can start your research. Additional web sites are listed below.
 
    You can click on the attachments below to view the individual presentations. Enjoy!
 
 
Desert           Tundra                 Freshwater          Tropical Rainforest
 
Savanna        Grasslands           Marine                 Deciduous Forest
 
Prairie           Wetlands             Coral Reef            Boreal Coniferous Forest/Taiga                                    
 
 
 
 
          
  
 
 
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Ayodele'sBiome.ppt
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Coby'sBiome.ppt
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Dec 10, 2009, 9:11 AM
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Jazmine'sBiome.odp
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Jonathan'sBiome.ppt
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Kassie'sBiome.ppt
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Luke'sBiome.ppt
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Dec 10, 2009, 9:13 AM
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Shiloh'sBiome.odp
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Dec 10, 2009, 9:15 AM
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Skyler'sBiome.odp
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Dec 10, 2009, 9:15 AM
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