-Located in Alaska, Northern Canada, edges of Greenland, Northern Scandinavia, Northern Siberia, and Russia.
-fungi, mosses, shrubs, insects, fish, birds, and mammals
Ex. of dominat plants
- bearberry, arctic moss,Caribou moss, Diamond leaf willow
Ex. of Dominat animals
-polar bears, arctic fox, white wolves, grizzly bears
-temperature, wind, rain, snow, sunlight, soil, rocks and permafrost
-The average winter temperature is -34° C and the average summer temperature is 3-12° C
-Yearly precipitation, including melting snow, is 15 to 25 cm
- Permafrost is the primary soil type.
- Humans are constantly polluting the earth, which simply, causes global warming. In the Tundra, as global warming continues, the earth gets warmer causing the primary soil, permafrost, to melt. As permafrost melts and the materials in it, releases CO2, further continuing global warming.
- 4 million people live there
-The arctic national wildlife refuge and many other organizations work hard to protect the species in this biome