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Mono Lake (Cali)

Mono Lake is a large, shallow saline soda lake in Mono County, California, formed at least 760,000 years ago as a terminal lake in a basin that has no outlet to the ocean. The lack of an outlet causes high levels of salts to accumulate in the lake. These
by Chataqua Redmond on 4 January 2013

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Mono Lake (Cali) By: Redmond, Chataqua & Dent, Demage Type of Bedrock, Land Formations, and Volcano activity: Location: Water Main important organism's of Mono Lake: What are the limiting factors of Mono Lake? What are the main way's that people affect this ecosystem in a positive way and negative way? Bedrock: Metamorphic, glacial deposits, igneous rock from volcano. Longitude: West 119.0365 Degrees Water: Salt Lake Salt: Because only certain things can live in that amount of salt water and survive. Producer: Plank tonic algae, Benthic algae, Algae Salt: Because it limits what can live and grow in it. Land Formation: Desert lake bordered by mountain peaks. Volcano Activity: Area shaped by volcano activity, hot springs and steam vents in the lake. Latitude: North 37.9963 Degrees Elevation: 6,417 Climate: Temperate Temperature: average High Precipitation: Average Low What are the 3 most important abiotic factors of Mono Lake and Why? Water: Because all organism's need water to survive. Soil: Because soil is one of the main source's to grow and good nature and surroundings. Primary consumers: Brine shrimp, Brine fly's Secondary Consumers: Bird's Tertiary Consumers: Coyotes Water: Because only certain organism's can live in water an survive. Soil: Because is one of the main source's of nature and energy for the specie's in the area. Positive: Help preserve the unique ecosystems and environments of Mono Lake by identifying invasive specie's, monitoring water levels, and planting local grasses. Negative: They can eat and destroy all the fish and land and risk other natural organism that where originally there of excision.
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