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Which biome has permafrost?

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The tundra is the biome with the most permafrost.

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The tundra is the terrestrial biome characterized by permafrost.


The temperate Rainforest has permafrost.


The biome, tundra, is characterized by a layer of permafrost. :D tadkins


Tundra is characterized by permafrost.


The biome that is characterized by a layer of permafrost is the Arctic tundra. Nothing can penetrate permafrost which is permanently frozen, because it is nonporous and has no cracks in it.


The "frozen soil" is permafrost, or permanently frozen ground, this is from the Tundra biome. This is the coldest biome. The permafrost is HUGE!! AND yes I am a ninja to be answering this question so fast.


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well the only type of biome that i know of that matches your description is the Arctic


The soil is not very moist and covered in permafrost if that helps


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none Trees cannot take root in tundra biomes because of the existence of permafrost.


The taiga. The tundra has permafrost and few coniferous trees.


The answer is tundra.Permafrost is permanently frozen ground, a common feature in the high latitudes, mostly in the tundra biome.Climate changes can expand or reduce the areas affected by permafrost, which currently includes the Arctic lands in Canada, Greenland, Scandinavia, and Russia. However, some areas have a thin layer of soil at the surface that can thaw during the summer. This is called an active layer, and can be boggy because melt water cannot drain into the underlying permafrost.



Arctic Alpine Permafrost Tundra Polar Biome Terrain Altitude Hemisphere Lattitude


Dense forests mostly cover the terrain of the taiga biome. The soil is generally nutrient-deprived. Due to some of the intense winters in these areas, the soil may likely develop permafrost.


there is a part of a ground called permafrost which happens when the ground freezes. There also grasses lichens and mosses.


it is important because there are a variety of animals and plants. The permafrost also shows the changes in climate and helps us track global warming.


The biome that is usually described as having trees that enter a dormant state during the winter is the tundra. This is because it isÊvery cold and creates permafrost in between the layers of soil.


no,grasslands don't have permafrost


It is not so much that permafrost is good, as losing permafrost is bad. Permafrost keeps gases like carbon dioxide trapped within its frozen depths; when permafrost thaws, that gas is released, exacerbating global warming. Further, permafrost develops its own ecosystem which is destroyed when the permafrost is destroyed through thawing. The loss of all permafrost would mean the extinction of a lot of species.



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