FOREST BIOME CLIMATE
Deciduous Forest: For the most part, the deciduous forest’s climate is moist year round. The temperatures can vary from anywhere 50 degrees F and up. On average this biome receives around 30 to 60 inches of rain per year. While the season changes the color of the leaves also changes.
Rainforest:On average the rain forest biome is very humid and reaches around 250 cm of rain per year. It’s very hot and wet pretty much all year round. The main reason that there is so much rain is because it’s near the equator therefore the sunlight directly hits the ocean which cause the water to evaporate. After the evaporation process, the clouds become dense with the evaporated water causing rain to come down.
HOW DOES THE CLIMATE BENEFIT THE ENVIORNMENT?
The trees that surrounds the biome allows the sunlight to be block and in return limits the amount of heat that the sun provides to its environment. The climate provides an excellent environment for trees and other plants to grow. The Forest Biome is responsible for 40 percent of our oxygen. This allows animals and other wildlife to live on Earth. The forest climate also provides nature with the nourishment it needs to survive.