Examples of tundra in a Sentence
a report on the arctic tundra of Alaska and the polar bears that inhabit that vast, frozen plain
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Ages from now, when the world is naught but ash and tundra, the descendants of today's One Percent will be theoretically capable of bringing the world's last remaining meat out of Polmard's cold storage for a feast.
Already, thawing permafrost and warmer temperatures are being blamed for rising carbon emissions in the Alaskan tundra, both here and farther north.
During spring and fall migrations, the habitat and food resources at this site attract thousands of ducks and other water birds such as tundra swans.
The scenery changes from river gravel to green tundra grasses and plants.
Based on a memoir by Polish prisoner of war Sławomir Rawicz, The Way Back follows a small group of escapees from a Soviet labor camp in Siberia, and their journey across Siberia's frozen tundras, the Gobi Desert, and the Himalayan Mountains.
Schneden also pointed out islands in the river and told me of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Upper Mississippi River Restoration project, which is working to restore islands for wildlife such as tundra swans, Canada geese and eagles.
The End of Food Praying for cornfields in the tundra.
When woolly mammoths trampled the region, the tundra’s topsoil was constantly churned, exposing lower layers to the cold air.
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Origin and Etymology of tundra
First Known Use: circa 1841See Words from the same year
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