The tundra and deserts have the lowest annual precipitation. Deserts receive less than 10 inches (250 mm) of rainfall on average each year. Some deserts go for decades without a drop of rain.
A desert receives the least precipitation of any biome.
The tiaga and the desert.
The desert, by definition, is a region that receives little precipitation.
the answer is very simple. What do you think has the least amount of precipitation? the desert obviously. They get like inches per YEAR. that's not a lot.
The precipitation of the tundra biome is very cold and moist.
There is no precipitation in a marine biome. The rain will hit the water, but it does not affect the biome itself.
what is the average amount of precipitation of a deep ocean biome
The tropical rain forest biome receives the most precipitation. :)
There are two biomes that have the lowest amount of rainfall in the world. They are the tundra and desert biomes. The tundra biome is located at the north and south poles.
Tropical rain forest is the biome that receives the greatest annual precipitation.
a biome is a
Two factors that determine a biome are precipitation and temperature.
The Tundra is the least common biome.
About 115 in a year
it is rain and sometimes snow