Definitions for "Tundra"
Keywords:  treeless, arctic, lichen, moss, biome
One of the level or undulating treeless plains characteristic of northern arctic regions in both hemispheres; the term is most commony associated with the arctic plains of Siberia. The tundras mark the limit of arborescent vegetation; they consist of black mucky soil with a permanently frozen subsoil, but support a dense growth of mosses and lichens, and dwarf herbs and shrubs, often showy-flowered.
a vast , nearly level, barren, treeless region located in the Arctic; characterized by very low winter temperatures, short, cool summers, and vegetation consisting of various grasses, rushes, perennial herbs, lichens, and dwarf woody plants (Morris 1992).
a type of landscape where the ground is frozen solid throughout most of the year but thaws slightly during the summer.
TUN-drah A band of land across the northern parts of Asia, Europe, and North America, where the climate is harsh and life is sparse. 878
Tundra, (or Arctander); born 1975, is a Norwegian heavy metal musician, previously known as member of Norwegian extreme metal groups Frostmoon and Taake. Tundra (band); progressive metal band, founded in northern Norway in 1996. Evolved from the band Moonrise where Massacra of Frostmoon was a part-time member.
Tundra is a comic strip written and drawn by Wasilla, Alaska cartoonist Chad Carpenter. The comic usually deals with wildlife, nature and outdoor life, and appears in 108 newspapers throughout Alaska, Canada, the and the United States. Tundra is currently self-syndicated.
Tundra is an extensible, open-source game engine which replicates Lemmings . Players must save thousands of adorable, tiny rodents from certain death by helping them create a pathway to the exit.
a work-oriented sled for ranchers, loggers, farmers, etc