FC: Major Biomes of the United States
1: Major Biomes of the United States Honors Environmental Science By Ashley Brock, Jessica Bennett, and Austin Dale
2: Temperate Deciduous Forest
3: A temperate deciduous forest is a forest characterized by trees that shed their leaves in the autumn.
4: Temperate grassland
5: A temperate grassland is dominated by grasses, has few trees, and is characterized by cold winters and rainfall that is intermediate between that of a forest and a desert.
6: Temperate Rain Forest
7: A temperate rain forest is a forest community characterized by cool, humid weather and abundant rainfall. Tree branches are draped with moss, tree trunks are covered with lichens, and the forest floor is covered with ferns.
9: A desert is a region that has little or no vegetation. long periods without rain, and extreme temperatures. Deserts are usually found in warm climates.
10: Coniferous Forest
11: A coniferous forest is a forest characterized by trees that do not lose their leaves in the autumn. These trees are gymnosperms.