Tundra is one of the seven types of Earth environments, or biomes, each of which is characterized by specialized vegetation, climate and animal life. Elevation can vary not only from one tundra to another, but within a single tundra.
Tundra is a treeless region near the poles of the Earth, or at high elevation.
elevation and lack of sunlight.
There is an alpine tundra in Arizona. its elevation is 11500' and above. although there are other places where the alpine tundra is present, such as Utah. The only place is actually on the San Fransisco Peaks (just north of Flagstaff, AZ), which have 5km squared of Alpine Tundra on it.
Tropical rainforest, temperate forest, taige, tundratropical rainforest>temperature forest>taiga>tundra
Because, elevation affects both temperature and precipitation, the type of biome found at a higher elevation can be different from one at a lower elevation. For Example: Temperate forest, Boreal forest, Tundra, and Permanent ice. (forest by mountain, higher up the mountain, go higher and you reach at tundra, top of mountain is cold and precipitation is very different, so it's permanent ice) Hope this answers your question :)
Tundra is a generic term, "arctic tundra" is a specific tundra.
The arctic tundra, alpine tundra, and antarctic tundra.
Reindeer live in the tundra, lichen is a type of plant in the tundra, there are dwarf trees in the tundra, there are small-leafed shrubs, there are mountain goats in the tundra, there are sheep in the tundra, there are elk in the tundra, caribou live in the tundra, arctic hares (rabbits) live in the tundra, arctic foxes live in the tundra, wolves live in the tundra, polar bears live in the tundra, ........................................If you need any more information on the tundra.........just ask....I did a report on it when I was in the 5th grade....I know a lot about the tundra.
alpine tundra artic tundra permafrost tundra biome
the diffrece btwen an alpine tundra and a tundra is becauce an apline tundra has tall grasses and a tundra has just a land scape
tundras: spotted tundra black vine tundra mammoth tundra green roof tundra leatherback tundra blueridge tundra
the arctic tundra and the alpine tundra.
Tundra are deserts because the tundra supports only a small number of organisms,
arcitc polar bear tundra, Abe Lincoln's Tundra, The tundra of my under-arms
One famous and well known tundra is located in the Antarctic Peninsula. This tundra is named the Marielandia Antarctic tundra. Another famous tundra is called the Brooks-British Range tundra.
Some activities you can do in the tundra are...A nature walk with your family ora ride in the tundra buggy (an all terrain vehicle that tours the tundra) to see the animals of the tundra.
Kangaroos do not live in the tundra. They are native to Australia, and Australia does not have any tundra regions.
tropical rainforest >taiga >temperate forest > tundra
Le tundra (tuhn-dra)
The Alaskan tundra, or the antarctica tundra? Please specifiy.
no a tundra is cold and there is barley anybody that lives in a tundra
Tundra, Tundra on the wall who blows wind the most out of them all
tundra is a biome