Desert Climate

The climate in the desert is very dry and hot mostly because the biomes are located by the equator. The desert gets less than twenty-five centimeters per year of rain. The evaporation exceeds the rainfall that's why it is very dry. The desert has hot days and cold nights. There is extreme heat and driness. The rising air cools and can hold less moisture and falling air warms absorbing the moisture.

Biome Index

Desert index

Designed by Tami Boden, Tiffany Garboden, and Kim Cummings