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Terrestrial ecosystems by Miriam

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Terrestrial ecosystems by Miriam

  1. 1. TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS
  2. 2. THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF ECOSYSTEM
  3. 3. WHAT IS AN ECOSYSTEM? The ecosystem is a biological system made up of a community of living organisms and the physical environment where they are related. It is a unit made up of interdependent organisms that share the same habitat.
  4. 4. WHAT IS THE POPULATION? A population is the determined number of organisms of the same species, that inhabit a delimited portion of the ecosystem.
  5. 5. WHAT IS THE HABITAD? In an ecosystem, the habitat is the place where the community lives, it refers to the place that presents the appropriate conditions for an organism, species or animal or plant community to live.
  6. 6. DESERT
  7. 7. WHAT IS A DESERT? A desert is a biome with an arid climate, where rainfall is scarce. These usually have little life, but that depends on the type of desert; in many there is abundant life, the vegetation adapts to low humidity and the fauna usually hides during the day to preserve humidity.
  8. 8. TYPES OF DESERTS
  9. 9. SUBTROPICAL A subtropical desert is a type of ecosystem, or biome that is characterized by high temperatures, very low precipitation and warm soils. Examples of these types of deserts are the Mojave, Sonoran, Chihuahuan, Sahara and the Great Victoria Deserts.
  10. 10. COASTAL El desierto costero atlántico es una ecorregión de la ecozona paleártica, definida por WWF, que se extiende por la costa de Mauritania y el Sáhara Occidental.
  11. 11. COLD DESERTS Cold deserts have hot summers but extremely cold winters. These deserts are found in high, flat areas, called plateaus, or mountainous areas in temperate regions of the world. ... Like other types of desert, cold deserts get very little rain or snow.
  12. 12. POLAR DESERTS Ice deserts are regions of Earth that fall under an ice cap climate. Despite the fact that rainfall is low enough to be classified normally as a desert.
  13. 13. DESERT CLIMATE The arid climate, or desert climate, is a subtype of dry climate. It is the climate of a region of the planet where annual rainfall is less than 300 mm and where the studied climate model is characterized by its low rainfall, below evapotranspiration. TEMPERATURE TABLE
  14. 14. DESERT LOCATION
  15. 15. THEY INHABIT ARE ... • Camel • Red necked ostrich • Roadrunner • Dorcas gazelle • Adax • Dingo • Coyote • Buzzard
  16. 16. THE PLANTS THERE ARE ... • Agave or maguey. • Yucca Yucca (Yucca baccata) • Water Biznaga. • Joshua Tree • Organ or chilayo cactus.
  17. 17. CHARACTERISTI CS • An arid soil. • Temperatures are extreme. • Very little rainfall.

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