Climate of the Indonesian Rain Forest
Average Rainfall: 9.8 to 7.1 inches per month
Average Temperature: 89F average maximum with a 77F average minimum
The tropical rain forests, including ones located in Indonesia, are a very humid and warm biome. Temperatures never dip blow 64 degrees and rainfall usually reaches around 66 inches per year. This extremely wet and hot environment contributes to the diversity of the animal life found here.
Net Primary Productivity:
The Indonesian rain forests are generally found within 10 degrees north or south of the equator. The rain forests are considered quite diverse, due to the large number of niches that exist in it relative to other biomes.. Compared to the other biomes, tropical rain forests have high productivity, mainly due to the high rainfall totals and the fact it never freezes.
Soil quality in the Indonesian rain forests is among the worst in the world. Contrary to what many people thought (Due to the sheer number of plants in the biome), the amount of organisms in the biome depletes resource almost immediately, which means farming is basically impossible.
Invasive and Endangered