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Tropical rainforests

Jean Hamilton

Tropical rainforests

by Jean Hamilton

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Blake Pub. in San Luis Obispo, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rain forest ecology -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Rain forests -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Rain forests.,
  • Rain forest ecology.,
  • Ecology.

  • About the Edition

    Describes the unique plants and animals that exist in tropical rainforests, their interdependence, and their importance to the world"s ecology.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementwriter, Jean Hamilton ; photographers, Frank Balthis ... [et al.].
    ContributionsBalthis, Frank, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH541.5.R27 H35 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1404814M
    ISBN 100918303354
    LC Control Number93012987

    "Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World is the first book to bring together leading scientists to describe the ecology and conservation of these lesser-known rainforests in an attempt to place them on par with tropical rainforests in conservation efforts, including those of both the Pacific Coast and inland Northwestern North America. Aug 24,  · Tropical rainforests are home to brilliantly colored birds and spider monkeys that swing like acrobats. Here, tiny tadpoles, lizards, and crabs live in sky-high penthouse mini-ponds formed in the leaves of rootless plants.

    Rainforests provides students with a detailed look at the intricacies of both tropical and temperate rainforests. The book can also be used to teach students how to identify main ideas and details as well as identify and use closed-compound words. Book Resources. The relative age of a tropical rainforest plays a role in its diversity, although the role is still largely debated. Tropical rainforests are probably the planet's oldest continuous ecosystems. Tropical rainforests began to take their form some million years ago during the age of the dinosaurs, the late Cretaceous.

    A holistic approach to the management and conservation of rainforests is developed throughout the book. The focus on South-East Asian forestry will be widened to include Africa and Latin America. Recent controversial issues such as biofuels and carbon credits with respect to tropical forests and their inhabitants will be discussed. Rainforests. Resources to help students explore the types of rainforests, ecology, ethical issues surrounding rainforests, and more.


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The understory and forest floor swarm with insects, worms, frogs, toads, and millions of marching army ants/5(7). Veteran children’s nonfiction author, Seymour Simon, returns with this Smithsonian Institution book on rainforests.

With full color images featuring interesting wildlife and Tropical rainforests book expanses of forest, the book is an enticing introduction to tropical rainforests for children/5. Tropical rainforests are rainforests that occur in areas of tropical rainforest climate in which there is no dry season – all months have an average precipitation of at least 60 cm – and may also be referred to as lowland equatorial evergreen io-holding.com rainforests are Tropical rainforests book found between 10 degrees north and south of the equator (see map); they are a sub-set of the tropical.

A book about the rain forest. An overview of tropical rainforests for kids, based on io-holding.com’s web site for children (io-holding.com), which draws more thanvisitors per month. Rainforests describes tropical rainforests, why they are important, what is happening to. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

Welcome Baby: Baby Shower Guest Book Cute Baby Animals Tropical Rainforest Wild Safari Jungle Theme (With Bonus Gift Log, Size x). With full color images featuring interesting wildlife and grand expanses of forest, the book is an enticing introduction to tropical rainforests for children.

The importance of rainforests for the entire planet is woven into the particulars about the animals and plants that can be found there. This book is a specialized look at the particular ecosystem of tropical rainforests or jungles. The book is concise and engaging including detailed photographs.

The book is probably appropriate for a middle school science class/5. Rainforest, luxuriant forest, generally composed of tall, broad-leaved trees and usually found in wet tropical uplands and lowlands around the Equator. Rainforests usually occur in regions where there is a high annual rainfall of generally more than 1, mm (70 inches) and a hot and steamy climate.

Synthesizing theoretical and empirical analyses of the processes that help shape these unique ecosystems, Tropical Rainforests looks at the effects of evolutionary histories, past climate change, and ecological dynamics on the origin and maintenance of tropical rainforest communities.

Featuring recent advances in paleoecology, climatology, geology, molecular systematics, biogeography, and 3/5(1). This book was nominated for our Best of booklist by teacher Polly, who says "Katherine Rundell’s The Explorer is a perfect class read for children learning about rainforests, the Amazon, friendships, resilience and much more.

Exquisite writing once again from Rundell; the ‘language talk’ that ensued in our classroom was inspiring.". Tropical rainforests are a world like none other; and their importance to the global ecosystem and human existence is paramount. Unparalleled in terms of their biological diversity, tropical rainforests are a natural reservoir of genetic diversity which offers a rich source of medicinal plants, high-yield foods, and a myriad of other useful.

Dec 26,  · Tropical rainforest, luxuriant forest found in wet tropical uplands and lowlands near the Equator. Tropical rainforests are dominated by broad-leaved trees that form a dense upper canopy and contain a wide array of vegetation and other life.

Worldwide, they make up one of Earth’s largest biomes (major life zones). This book is a specialized look at the particular ecosystem of tropical rainforests or jungles. The book is concise and engaging including detailed photographs.

The book is probably appropriate for a middle school science class/5(2). Synthesizing theoretical and empirical analyses of the processes that help shape these unique ecosystems, Tropical Rainforests looks at the effects of evolutionary histories, past climate change, and ecological dynamics on the origin and maintenance of tropical rainforest communities.

Featuring recent advances in paleoecology, climatology, geology, molecular systematics, biogeography, and. Sep 26,  · DOI link for Tropical Rainforests.

Tropical Rainforests book. Tropical Rainforests. DOI link for Tropical Rainforests. Tropical Rainforests book. By Chris C. Park. Edition 1st Edition. THE TROPICAL RAINFOREST: HISTORY AND ENVIRONMENT.

View abstract. chapter 2 | 12 pages DESTRUCTION OF THE RAINFOREST: RATES OF LOSS. View io-holding.com Edition: 1st Edition. Aug 01,  · Although human effects on tropical rainforests are not the principal theme of this volume, part III closes the book with four chapters that recognize that the future of tropical rainforests will depend on human behavior and political io-holding.com: Eldredge Bermingham.

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Apr 03,  · Tropical Rainforest Biome Characteristics. In a tropical rainforest biome, there are several characteristics that have been identified. They have rainfall that can occur all year long, and often in heavy volume.

It is common for them to get at least inches per year. Tropical rainforests are the most complex ecosystems on earth. Rainforests (better known to many people as jungles) have been the dominant form of vegetation in the tropics for literally millions of years, and beneath their high canopy lives a diversity of species which is unrivalled anywhere else on earth.

a Images and impressions. Teach students about the diverse life and cultures of the rain forest with the teaching resources below.

Introduce students to rain forest ecology with lessons and printables on tropical plants, animals, and much more. There are bulletin board ideas for your classroom, articles on amphibians, and activities for wildlife week and Earth Day.

Although some tropical forests are deciduous, most tropical trees are considered evergreen because their leaves are not shed simultaneously at a certain season; however, they are believed to drop and renew their leaves sporadically each year. Even though they cover only 7% of the earth's landmass, about one half of the planet's species live there.Nov 04,  · Tropical rainforests contain more species of plants and animals than any other habitat.

If the world’s rainforests are destroyed, then many of these species will be lost along with them. As much as 50 percent of all the Earth’s species live in tropical rainforests. Red eyed tree frogs live in tropical rainforests in Central America.9) Veiled stinkhorn fungi, found in tropical rainforests, smell like rotting food!

10) The Korowai people of New Guinea live in tree houses as high as 45m off the ground! 11) A quarter of ingredients in modern medicines come from rainforest plants.

12) 80% of the flowers in the Australian rainforests are not found anywhere else in the world.