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Title: Ecosystems Ch. 21 Ch. 21.1 Terrestrial Biomes Biome: -large


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EcosystemsCh. 21
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Ch. 21.1 Terrestrial Biomes
  • Biome
  • -large climatic regions that contains groups of
    ecosystems.
  • -temperature and amount of precipitation as well
    as plant and animal life are the distinguishing
    features of biomes.
  • Types
  • 1. Terrestrial (8)
  • 2. Aquatic (2)

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  • 1. Tundra
  • Forests
  • 2. Tropical
  • 3. Temperate Deciduous
  • 4. Temperate Coniferous (Taiga or Boreal)
  • Grasslands
  • 5. Temperate
  • 6. Savanna
  • 7. Chaparral
  • 8. Deserts

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Biome Map
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Tundra
-permafrost
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Tropical Rainforest
-canopy epiphytes
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Temperate Deciduous Forest
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Temperate Coniferous Forest Taiga or Boreal
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Temperate Grasslands
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Savanna Grasslands
  • Serengeti National Park, East Africa.

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Chaparral Grasslands
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Desert
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Ch. 21.2 Aquatic Ecosystems
  • Ocean Zones
  • 1. Photic Zone shallow enough for sunlight to
    penetrate.
  • 2. Aphotic Zone deep water, never receives
    sunlight.

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Zones Along the Oceans Edges
  • Intertidal
  • Neritic (shallow water, plankton)
  • Oceanic (deep water)
  • Estuary area of water where fresh and salt water
    mix.

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  • Freshwater Zones
  • Lakes Ponds
  • Eutrophic- rich in organic matter and
    vegetation.
  • Oligotrophic- contain little or no organic
    matter.
  • 2. Rivers Streams
  • 3. Freshwater Wetlands
  • -marshes and swamps
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