How much water is there in taiga?
50 gallons a year
Does the taiga have fresh or salt water
Some bodies of water in the taiga. Some bodies of water in the taiga would be lakes, streams, creeks and a few small ponds that fish and some phytoplankton might live in.
how much rain dose the taiga get
the water is not safe to drink in the taiga biome because there is a lot of pollution the the lakes kept by the glaciers.
The Taiga covers around 11% of the earth The Taiga covers around 11% of the earth
no the taiga has no saltwater it is mostly has forest that are non deciduous but if there is any water it would be fresh.
The Abiotic factors of a Taiga are....minerals,soil,water and things of that nature.....
Some nonliving thing that interact with the taiga are the air ,the sun , water , soil
A taiga get about 12-33 inches of snow per year
the taiga receives almost no sunlight it the winter and little in the summer
yes, there is soil pollution in taiga. The cause is clear cutting an oil exploration
By supporting the animals that live there water.
Food And Water
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Deforestation, endangerment of Siberian Tigers which have a home in the Taiga. What many people do not know is that the Taiga is jusdt as damage as the Amazon Rainforest if not worse. But not many people know about the Taiga so it has not been improving much at all.
about 50 inches
lakes, rivers, dams
oil, timber and water
Mainly water plants and willows.
Sunlight, Dirt, Water
No. The taiga is much too cold for a giraffe. Giraffes are native to the grasslands or open woodlands in parts of Africa.
I have no idea I was asking the same question!
very wet dry and r.ainy
mainly rivers so the teddy bears have water to drink for their cotton mouth :)
it is about 9.3 inches of rain
Humans interact with the Taiga by altering it through deforestation and polluting air and water, hunting. These actions can eliminate animal and plant species over periods of time. However, if humans conserve and preserve the Taiga then it will continue to thrive for generations.
There are bogs fens rivers lakes ponds
there is some precipitation (12-33 inches) some melting snow. other than this, the average annual rainfall is very little. the taiga biome is right under the tundra biome, so its not a big surprise that the taiga biome is harsh...
Limiting factors for the Taiga are things like logging because it limits how much room they have to live. Temperature- long and low tempertures winters. This also limits how much food can grow in that area.
taiga has very poor and rocky soil, the temperature is cool year round, water is adequate, animals that live there are groups of mammals, birds, insects, arachinids
because it is! :D
less water less oxygen less trees and plants
The north American beaver is a great example of a keystone species in the taiga biome. The beaver represents health of trees, water cleanliness, and the balanced interaction in the ecosystem.
The sphagnum moss covers the pond water with a spongy surface. This type of moss had to adapt how it located and obtained nutrients in order to live in the Taiga Rainforest.
Acidic soil and that's why plants don't grow that much.
Cold Winters, coniferous trees, and much snow
When a guy there drinks unfiltered water from Mexico and get a tape worm.
The amount of oxygen given off in the taiga is relatively low. Coniferous trees with modified leaves, needles, dominate the taiga. Needles are mostly a leaf modification for storage and due to herbivores, but they don't lend themselves to great photosynthetic output.
Trees grow much more slowly and sparsely in the taiga that they do in more favourable climates. Removing one tree on the taiga may have the same effect as removing ten trees in a more souther climate.
UP TO 24 hours but most likely 3 hours
There is not much light on the forest floor because of the thick canopy.
45-67 feet of rain
The taiga or northern coniferous forests are located only in the Northern Hemisphere. It has a cover of snow in the winter and more severe weather in the northern regions. These patterns cause plants and animals in the north to be smaller than those in the southern taiga. Most rainfall occurs in the summer. The cold winter air of these regions holds very little water so annual precipitation is less than 30 cm. There isn't… Read More
I know it soundsweird but they don't eat anything they just collect water
want are the things in the taiga that are nonliving in the taiga
Taiga is a biome so i am guessing that it is a parasite that lives in Taiga