What's It Like Where You Live?- Missouri Botanical Garden
This site is for grades 4 and up. This site describes six biomes: rainforest, tundra, taiga, desert, temperate forests, and grasslands. You can find information about the location of each biome, basic facts, plants, animals and images.
Mission: Biomes - The Earth Observatory: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Information is for grades 3 - 8. This site provides information about the following biomes: Tundra, Shrubland, Rainforest, Grassland, Desert, Temperate Deciduous Forest, and Coniferous Forest.
Exploring the Environment- Wheeling Jesuit University/NASA-supported Classroom of the Future
This site provides an overview of biomes. The following biomes are covered: arctic tundra, deciduous forest, desert, taiga, tropical rainforest, tropical savannah.
World Biomes- Multimedia Pandora, Inc.
This site provides information about the following biomes: aquatic, desert, forest, grasslands, and tundra biomes. Each page has a brief description with photographs.
Major Biomes of the World- Created by Susan L. Woodward, The Virtual Geography Department Project, Radford University
Upper level information presented on the following biomes: the tundra, boreal forest (taiga), temperate broadleaf deciduous forest, tropical broadleaf evergreen forest (rainforests), tropical savanna, temperate grasslands, desertscrub, and Mediterranean shrub. Scroll down to find the table of contents.
The World's Biomes Online Exhibit- University of California Museum of Paleontology
This site provides upper-level information about the following biomes: freshwater, marine, desert, forest, grassland, tundra.