Chapter 3 Biome Notes

Chapter 3 Biome Notes - Biome Notes Pages 54-62

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Biome Notes Pages 54-62 Compare and contrast moisture in each biome Know the dominant vegetation in each biome Have an idea where they are located geographically Be able to list a few and describe them in your own words Evergreen Tropical Rain Forest Annual rainfall: 100-180 inches Vegetation: Evergreen trees, broadleaved, forms almost unbroken canopy Location: 3 main areas: o river basins of South America and Central America o Indonesian Archipelago o River basins of central and western Africa Provides 25% of the carbon released to the atmosphere each year Most animals are arboreal, or tree dwelling Seasonal Tropical Forest High annual rainfall, second to tropical rain forests Vegetation: Teak and sal trees In tropical climates that have a pronounced dry season Tropical Savanna Annual rainfall: 40-60 inches Vegetation: Thorny acacias, leguminous trees, shrubs, baobabs, palms Location: Central and East Africa, Australia and South America
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course GLG 111 taught by Professor Kuentz during the Spring '05 term at Miami University.

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Chapter 3 Biome Notes - Biome Notes Pages 54-62

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