Climate. The swamp has a continental climate (Walter system) or taiga (
WWF system), with long cold winters and short hot summers.
The average temperature range of the world's swamps is between 15 C and 35 C
. Swamps fall into two categories: swamp forests and shrub swamps. Bogs are ...
There is no particular temperature specific to every swamp. Swamps are defined
by their humidity, as land that remains wet throughout the year, and swamps ...
True swamps are found from the subarctic to the heart of the tropics, native to a
significant range of climate zones. They may be permanent or seasonal in nature,
Swamps develop in moist climates, generally in such places as low-lying coastal
plains, floodplains of rivers, and old lake basins or in areas where normal ...
Swamps exist in many kinds of climates and on every continent except Antarctica.
They vary in size from isolated prairie potholes to huge coastal salt marshes.
Apr 3, 2012 ... Climate, Vary depending on the location: −58 °F, 51 °F or 122 °F. Plants, Water
plants, trees, mangrove and shrubs. Animals, Amphibians ...
Oct 26, 2015 ... And, what were the parameters based on which the climate alert was sounded
against the swamp tiger? "Those already battling for survival.