Desert Biome

Science / Biology / Desert Biome: Characterized by dry conditions and plants and animals that have adapted to those conditions; found in areas where local or global influences block rainfall.

Other Words for Desert

Desert Adjective Synonyms: forsake, leave, abandon, jilt, throw over, maroon, strand, leave to twist (slowly) in the wind, run or walk out on, leave flat or in the lurch, leave high and dry
Desert Verb Synonyms: waste, wilderness, wasteland, dust bowl
Desert Noun Synonyms: barren, desolate, uninhabited, unpeopled, lonely, deserted, arid, bare, vacant, empty, wild, uncultivated

Taiga Biome

Science / Biology / Taiga Biome: The region of coniferous forest extending across much of northern Europe, Asia, and North America; characterized by long, cold winters and short, cool summers and by acidic, thin soils. MORE

Mojave Desert

Entertainment / Bowling / Mojave Desert: Very dry lane condition; arid. MORE

Temperate Forest Biome

Science / Biology / Temperate Forest Biome: Extends across regions of the northern hemisphere with abundant rainfall and long growing seasons. Deciduous, broad-leaved trees are the dominant plants. MORE

Tropical Rain Forest Biome

Science / Biology / Tropical Rain Forest Biome: The most complex and diverse biome; found near the equator in South America and Africa; characterized by thin soils, heavy rainfall, and little fiuctuation in temperature. MORE

Tundra Biome

Science / Biology / Tundra Biome: Extensive treeless plain across northern Europe, Asia, and North American between the taiga to the south and the permanent ice to the north. Much of the soil remains frozen in permafrost, and grasses MORE

Marine Biome

Science / Biology / Marine Biome: The aquatic biome consisting of waters containing 3.5% salt on average; includes the oceans and covers more than 70% of the Earths surface; divided into benthic and pelagic zones. MORE