Forest Habitats Around the World

Forest Habitats Around the World
Title Forest Habitats Around the World PDF eBook
Author M. M. Eboch
Publisher Exploring Earth's Habitats
Pages 33
Release 2020-04-02
Genre
ISBN 1474785794

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Forest Biomes Around the World

Forest Biomes Around the World
Title Forest Biomes Around the World PDF eBook
Author Christine Elizabeth Eboch
Publisher Exploring Earth's Biomes
Pages 33
Release 2019-08
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1543572049

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It's a full home under the leaves of a forest! From spiders and frogs to deer and bears, the temperate forest biome has just the right shelter and weather for a large variety of plants and animals. Learn about the geography and resources of the temperate forest biome as well as how animals and people have adapted to and impacted forest environments. Explore this biome's future and what people can do to help keep it safe.

Forest Biome

Forest Biome
Title Forest Biome PDF eBook
Author Grace Hansen
Publisher ABDO
Pages 27
Release 2016-08-15
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1680805576

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Readers will learn about the three major forest biomes, which are temperate, boreal, and rain forests. The text will focus on the climate, plants, and animals that are found in forests around the world. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Abdo Kids is a division of ABDO.

Tropical Forest Biomes

Tropical Forest Biomes
Title Tropical Forest Biomes PDF eBook
Author Barbara A. Holzman
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Pages 265
Release 2008-09-30
Genre Science
ISBN 0313087431

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This volume in the Greenwood Guides to Biomes of the World series covers the lush, beautiful - and rapidly shrinking - tropical forest biomes. The volume covers the two major tropic forest biomes, tropical rainforests and tropical seasonal forests.

Forest Landscapes and Global Change

Forest Landscapes and Global Change
Title Forest Landscapes and Global Change PDF eBook
Author João C. Azevedo
Publisher Springer
Pages 262
Release 2014-07-11
Genre Science
ISBN 1493909533

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Climate change, urban sprawl, abandonment of agriculture, intensification of forestry and agriculture, changes in energy generation and use, expansion of infrastructure networks, habitat destruction and degradation, and other drivers of change occur at increasing rates. They affect patterns and processes in forest landscapes, and modify ecosystem services derived from those ecosystems. Consequently, rapidly changing landscapes present many new challenges to scientists and managers. While it is not uncommon to encounter the terms “global change” and “landscape” together in the ecological literature, a global analyses of drivers of change in forest landscapes, and their ecological consequences have not been addressed adequately. That is the goal of this volume: an exploration of the state of knowledge of global changes in forested landscapes with emphasis on causes and effects, and challenges faced by researchers and land managers. Initial chapters identify and describe major agents of landscape change: climate, fire, and human activities. The next series of chapters address implications of changes on ecosystem services, biodiversity conservation and carbon flux. A chapter that describes methodologies of detecting and monitoring landscape changes is presented followed by chapter that highlights the many challenges forest landscape managers face amidst of global change. Finally, we present a summary and a synthesis of the main points presented in the book. Each chapter will contain the individual research experiences of chapter authors, augmented by review and synthesis of global scientific literature on relevant topics, as well as critical input from multiple peer reviewers.

Temperate Forest Experiments

Temperate Forest Experiments
Title Temperate Forest Experiments PDF eBook
Author Robert Gardner
Publisher Enslow Publishers, Inc.
Pages 50
Release 2014-09
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0766059243

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Have you waited until the last minute to start your science project? Don’t worry, award-winning author Robert Gardner has you covered! Each experiment in TEMPERATE FOREST EXPERIMENTS: 8 SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS IN ONE HOUR OR LESS follows the scientific method, and can be completed in an hour or less. Explore leaf anatomy, use a tree’s shadow to measure its height, and find out how old that tree is. Most experiments also include ideas for science fair projects, in case you have more time than you originally thought.

The Taiga

The Taiga
Title The Taiga PDF eBook
Author Philip Johansson
Publisher Enslow Publishing, LLC
Pages 50
Release 2014-12-15
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0766064107

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The taiga is a world of long winters, hardy plants and animals, and lush evergreen trees. With its amazing variety of plant and wildlife, the forested taiga is the largest land biome in the world. In this informative book, you will be taken on a tour of this unique northern forest biome stretching across Europe, Asia, and North America. Learn about the flow of energy where each member of the community benefits from another. From the wolves and elk and pines to lichens, every living thing plays a part in the web of life in the taiga biome.