Can you find frogs on Mount Everest? What is the climate like in the Congo Basin in February? Do you have endangered species in your own neighborhood?
BiomeViewer lets you explore and discover Earth’s ecosystems with a tap of your finger! Drop a pin to see historic climate data, wildlife, stunning pictures, and more for any terrestrial location on the planet. Discover how patterns of human settlement and agriculture have changed the planet since 1700.
• Descriptions for every major biome on each continent
• Biodiversity data for more than 16,000 species of reptiles, amphibians, and mammals
• Gridded historical climate data for the entire planet
• Global precipitation and temperature maps
• Maps of human alteration of ecosystems over the last 300 years
• Side-by-side biome comparisons
• Fully interactive globe and flat map versions of all datasets
• Gridlines and political boundaries
• Animated data sets
• Educator guide with tips for use in the classroom
Improved performance for older devices.
Ratings and Reviews
Indispensable for conservation
I work and volunteer for a zoo, which means guests look to me for information about the species they see.
This app is so beautiful and full of facts, which makes learning a pleasure. It’s been running smoothly, hasn’t crashed or glitched.
I expect to begin carrying along my iPad and share with zoo visitors, hoping the visuals will draw guests to care even more about endangered species and the global environment.
From a passionate conservationist, thank you for creating this app. Love it.
Is awesome! We used in class and it actually worked!
Dr. John M. Moore
Flexible, informative, diverse and inclusive. This program can be used in multiple aspects from K to 16. As a tool it has a lot of flexibility for use in the home or in the classroom. I'm thinking of how it can be used with my grandchildren as well as in my undergraduate classes. I am sure that in the future you will see varied lesson plans being derived from BioInteractive on the use of this too. Until then explore, and suggest ideas to BioInteractive on the use of BiomeViewer.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.