Alpine Tundra
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Nunavet

Issues, climate, animals, plants, and location
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This article is pretty current being published in 2012. It is over Nunavet a tundra that is in danger. It brings many issues as the permafrost is melting and that is a big deal in the alpine tundras.
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Leah Tepera's curator insight, November 8, 2013 2:58 PM

This article is pretty current being published in 2012. It is over Nunavet a tundra that is in danger. It brings many issues as the permafrost is melting and that is a big deal in the alpine tundras.

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Alpine Climate

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This shows accuracy, and relevance because this directly talks about the alpines and tundras. The climate of the area is dry and cold. It is called a alpine tundra because it is similar to the mountainous alpines and the dry cold tundras.
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Leah Tepera's curator insight, November 8, 2013 3:11 PM

This shows accuracy, and relevance because this directly talks about the alpines and tundras. The climate of the area is dry and cold. It is called a alpine tundra because it is similar to the mountainous alpines and the dry cold tundras.

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Alpine Tundra

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“ Alpine Tundra is an ecosystem that is located on very high mountains. Tundra comes from the Finnish word "T unturia" , meaning treeless plain. Because Alpine Tundra is so high, no trees can grow...”
Via Mrs. Burke
Justin Jose's insight:
The purposes of this is to show the relationship between animals in the alpine tundra. They all depend on each other and rely on each other heavily. The purpose is shown well in how these animals in the tundra engage with each other.
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Jace Naik's curator insight, November 8, 2013 10:39 AM

This website was included because it provides insight to all aspects of alpine tundra. It explores :

EnvironmentEcologyZoologyBotany

Hoever, it has subcaptogeries of each and describes in depth. This passes the CRAAP test because it is current and relevant data and has good authority. It has information taken from multiple books and  a long lists of credible websites. 

Leah Tepera's curator insight, November 8, 2013 2:58 PM

Climate, Animals, Plants, Limiting factors