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  1. Biome of temperate Deciduous Forest BY: Julia Megan and George

  2. Botanist There are many more plants like the American beech, Carpet moss, Common lime, Guilder rose, Lady fern, Northern arrowood, pecan, white birch, white oak and of course Deciduous trees! The temperature is about 50F and is perfect for all of these plants to survive. This forest receives enough rain to support the trees and other plants at least 50 cm per year. The growing season usually last about five to six months. Most of the plants change color in autumn. Luckily the forest provides most of all what the plants need to survive! There are many plants in this forest one of the most common ones are deciduous trees, this tree adapts by shedding there leaves and growing new ones. Other adaptations for some plants are sometime before winter begins, growth ceases in the shoots of woody plants, resting buds are formed some plants in summer, their broad green leaves help capture sunlight needed to make food through photosynthesis. As temperatures drop, trees cut off the supply of water to the leaves and seals off the area between the leaf stem and the tree trunk.

  3. Guelde rose White oak American beech Deciduous tree Carpet moss Lady fern Pecan Northern arrow-wood White birch Common lime

  4. Geographer Deciduous forests can be found in the eastern half of North America, and the middle of Europe. There are many deciduous forests in Asia. Some of the major areas that they are in are southwest Russia, Japan, and eastern China. There are deciduous forests also located in New Zealand, and southeastern Australia. Deciduous forest have landforms of mountains, valleys, hills, and flat plateaus. Humans have allot of affects on this environment, for example chopping down trees, polluted water and many more things that relate to pollution. There are direct impacts such as forest clearing for agriculture and Forestry practices, and indirect effects such as pollution, acid rain, and Climate change.

  5. Zoologist Some Carnivores are black bears and the red fox and wolves some of the herbivores are moose, raccoon, beavers and the omnivores are forest door mice, critter corn skunk and white footed mice. Biotic factors in this area are important because they have seasonal changes in heat moisture and food and abiotic data helps because it is not considered to have extreme hot or cold. Migration hibernation are two adaption's to this forest. In the Deciduous Forest, some decomposers that are living there include fungi, bacteria, and, worms. There roles are to decompose organisms and other waste. Animals and plants in temperate deciduous forests have adaptations to cope with seasonal changes in heat, moisture, and food. Some mammals hibernate. Others grow thick coats of fur to protect them from winter temperatures. Many birds migrate south during winter.

  6. zoologist Critter Corn Skunk raccoon White Footed Mice Black Bear White Tailed Dear

  7. zoologist Here are two food chains

  8. meteorologist weather patterns

  9. meteorologist In a deciduous forest it rains about 30-60 inches, The average temperature is 50F. The winter days are short with little sunlight and the summer days are long with a lot of sunlight. The humidity is 60-80%. The weather pattern would be influenced by, a band of wind that generally flows from southwest to northeast in that latitude. The weather patterns affect the environment because of the precipitation patterns might make the area to dry for some tree spices. Also soil will become drier, lake levels will drop, and river will carry less water.

  10. Site the source! we used…. Google images Wikipedia EBooks Kids geo.com And NASA.com