Ecosystem - Abiotic Factors

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Ecosystem - Abiotic Factors

Ecosystem Abiotic Factors

Geography and ElevationAlaska has majestic mountains, glaciers, active volcanoes, and huge tracks of forested land. Alaska is one of the most varied geographic varieties. There are extremes of cold, heat, rain, snow, and wind.

Alaskan soil, known as Tanana soil, is found in the fairbanks area and all over the lowland areas of Alaska.This Alaskan soil is very good for farming. Lots of different trees and grasses and plants and fruits and vegetables are grown on Alaskan soil.

• The temperature of the Tundra is always very low• There are very short summer days, and very long and cold winters• Since there are strong winds during the seasons, the temperature is never at a moderatly liveable level, so anything that lives needs extra protection and warmth

Temperature Ranges

The Alaskan water has been declared to be a huge public resource. It is managed and kept in great drinking and useability for the people. All of the lakes and surface water that is in Alaska is used solely for the people's use.

Water Resources

RainfallThe average rainfall of alaska during the months January and February is about .73 inches. As the year continues, the average amoung of rainfall increases, from June to November. Through the months December through May, the rain is at a lower average due to the fact of snow.



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