Taiga

The northern boreal forest zone, a broad band of coniferous forest south of the arctic tundra.

Taiga

Taiga (ə; p=tɐjˈɡa; from Turkic or Mongolian), also known as boreal forest or snowforest, is a biome characterized by coniferous forests consisting mostly of pines, spruces and larches. The taiga is the world`s largest terrestrial biome. In North America it covers most of inland Canada and Alaska as well as parts of the extreme northern conti....
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taiga

(wolf-speak) teacher
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Taiga

a coniferous (evergreen) forest that extends from the Gulf of Finland across northern Russia to eastern Siberia.
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Taiga

a region of boreal forest, the largely evergreen forest vegetation of northern areas of the Northern Hemisphere, below the arctic and subarctic tundra regions (Morris 1992).
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taiga

open coniferous forest growing on swampy ground that is commonly covered with lichen. It is the characteristic vegetation of the subpolar region ...
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taiga

Russian name for the forest zone south of the tundra, found across the northern hemisphere. Here, dense forests of conifers (spruces and hemlocks), birches, and poplars occupy glaciated regions punctuated with cold lakes, streams, bogs, and marshes. Winters are prolonged and very cold, but the summer is warm enough to promote dense growth. The vari...
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taiga

taiga (tī'gu) , northern coniferous-forest belt of Eurasia, bordered on the north by the treeless tundra and on the south by the steppe. This vast belt, comprising about one third of the forest land of the world, extends south from the tundra to about lat. 62°N in Norway, Sweden, and F...
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Taiga

Taiga is a cultivated variety of potato.
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taiga

Temperate evergreen forests, particularly those in North America and Asia.
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