Best answer: How many ecosystems does Alaska have?

What is the ecosystem of Alaska?

Alaska is the United States’ only Arctic region. Its marine, tundra, boreal (northern) forest, and rainforest ecosystems differ from most of those in other states and are relatively intact.

What biomes are present in Alaska?

Much of Alaska and about half of Canada are in the tundra biome. Tundra is also found at the tops of very high mountains elsewhere in the world.

Is Alaska a rainforest?

The Alaskan rainforest is large — and largely undeveloped. In Southeast Alaska alone there are hundreds of islands, 15,000 miles of coastline, over 19 million land acres, and over 5 million acres of pristine old-growth rainforest.

Which biome is the warmest?

Terms in this set (6)

  • Tundra. 1st.
  • Taiga. 2nd.
  • Temperate deciduous forest. 3rd.
  • Tropical rainforest. 4th.
  • Savanna/grasslands. 5th.
  • Dessert (generally) 6th.
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