Follow this path to locate reliable resources for your Biomes project.
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1. As always, determine your keywords. Spelling counts!
2. Search for your topic in subscription databases:
3. Use eBooks. Here are some to try:
- Mission Biomes Get an overview of specific biomes on this website published by NASA.
- Introduction to Biomes from Radford University Find information on vegetation, location, climate and more!
- Classroom of the Future Biomes Site Learn about the Earth's different ecological communities of plants and animals and their climates.
- ASU Boundless Biomes Comprehensive resource on many biomes from Arizona State University
- The World's Biomes: UCMP Berkley Introduces the major biomes of the earth, including aquatic, desert, forest, grassland, and tundra.
- NASA Earth Observatory Temperature and Preciptation Graphs See data for various types of biomes.
- WWF Wildlife Finder for Biomes Discover which species of animals live in each biome using an interactive map.
- What's it like where you live? Information on biomes: what they are, where they are located, and the plants and animals which live in them.
- Blue Planet Biomes Features plants, animals, and climate for major biomes.
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