Climate: temperature and precipitation.
Climate: latitude and longitude.
Climate and biogeography.
Climate: temperature, wind and water.
A group of land ecosystems with similar climates and organisms.
A study of where organisms live.
An ecosystem defined by latitude.
The study of an ecosystems' latitude and longitude.
Most of the trees are coniferous.
Tree species are well-adapted to cold climates.
Trees are adapted to prevent water loss during the winter.
Forest temperatures are moderate to warm and humid all year.
Tropical rainforests are located in Europe and central Asia. A temperate rainforest - in located in the Pacific northwest US.
Tropical rainforests can be found South America, Western Central Africa, Indonesia, Asia, Temperate-Pacific northwest US.
Tropical rainforests can be found in the Midwest and Southern US. Temperate rainforests are found in the Pacific northwest US.
None of these.
Climate is the typical weather pattern of an area over a long period of time.
Climate is the weather and latitude of a given area.
Climate is the latitude and longitude of a given area.
Climate is daily weather.
As elevation increases, climate temperature decreases. Climate becomes colder from the base of the mountain to its peak.
As temperature decreases the biome climate changes.
As slope and elevation increase, wind and precipitation increase, causing the climate to change.
As slope and elevation increase, temperature and precipitation increase, causing climate to change.