Deciduous forests average fifty degrees Fahrenhiet and thirty to sixty inches of precipitation a year. This biome has four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and autumn. Leaves change in autumn and fall of trees.
Deciduous forsests are located mainly in North America and Europe along with Asia and small parts of Australia and South America. Major deciduous forests locations include Russia, Japan, China, Chile, Paraguay, New Zealand, and Australia.
As a result of the high altitude, there is very little Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, a gas needed for plants to photosynthesize. There is also little atmosphere to protect organisms from UV rays.
The Alpine Biome is found in all of the mountain regions of the world at an altitude of ten thousand or more. While mountains can go through many biomes with increased altitude, the Alpine starts just belwo the snow line.
Alpines have snow, high winds, and ice. The Alpine only has two seasons, summer and winter. Summer lasts from June to September and has tempertaures between 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. Winter occurs from October to May with average temperatures just below freezing. The temperature can go from warm to freezing in just one day.