The Biome Project Page

Primary Succession

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Primary succession begins with bare ground - no soil.

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The Biome Project

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You'll need to make:
  • Brochure
  • Map
  • Presentation
Use the links on this page to help find information for your project.

Helpful websites

Blue Planet Biomes
This site covers plants, animals, and climate for the main biomes we've studied, and more.
Biomes of the World
This website provides a short description and links to other information about many of the biomes you're researching.
MBGnet
Links to good descriptions of grasslands, deserts, taiga, and tundra.

Tundra

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Tropical Rain Forest

NatureWorks: Rain Forest
Rainforests - This page links to several pages that compare temperate and tropical rain forests.

Chaparral

Our textbook considers this a part of the grassland biome, but many ecologists classify it as a biome by itself.

Savanna

This is a tropical grassland biome, so our textbook includes it with grasslands. Many scientists separate it into a biome of its own.

Taiga

Temperate Rain Forest

The temperate rain forest is often classified with tropical rain forests.
NatureWorks: Rain Forest
Rainforests - This page links to several pages that compare temperate and tropical rain forests. Try the temperate rainforest field trip scrapbook that details a visit to the temperate rainforest in Oregon.

Grassland

Desert