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Biome Lesson

greenhouse effect certain gases in atmosphere trap heat radiation, effecting the planet
pollution can make air, water, soil, and oceans unhealthy or unusable
marine biome saltwater biome
desert ecosystem w/ a dry climate
grassland ecosystem where most of the plants are grasses
taiga forest ecosystems located just south of tundra or on very high mountains
temperate forest ecosystems with 4 seasons each year
tropical rain forest ecosystems located near the equator
atmosphere multilayered band of gasses that surround the earth
weather condition at the bottom layer of the earth's atmosphere, in 1 place over a short period of time
biome a large ecosystem w/ similar population & climate throughout
habitat area in which a plant or animal grows or lives NATURALLY
tundra treeless plain in arctic areas w/ permanently frozen ground
ecosystem community of interacting living things & their environment
Created by: tortor2748

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