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Abiotic and Biotic Influences on the Enviroment

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Kara and Angel

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of Abiotic and Biotic Influences on the Enviroment

How Abiotic and Biotic Form Ecosystems Angel Smith and Kara Shoemaker Are ECOSYSTEMS Are Shaped By.. Abiotic Factors Such as.. Sunlight Availability Sunlight availability are usually limited in rainforests because of the large canopy trees. Temperature Air/Atmospheric Gases Water Dirt/Rocks/Soil/Sand Wind/Wind Patterns UV Radiation Pressure Pressure Location Biomes Mountains Flow of Water Altitude/Elevaton Seasons Clouds Moisture/Humidty Fire Lightning Photo/Chemosynthesis Climate Biomes Tundra Soil pH/Water pH Abiotic Factors Strong Winds
little precipitation
short summer days
long cold winters
poor soil
permafrost Biotic Factors Such as.. All Animals Deserts Producers Abiotic Factors Food availability Predator Eating Prey Process of Decompisition Animals:
reindeer
white foxes
lemmings
caribou
Plants:
mosses heaths Bacteria biotic factors Parasites Fungus sand
sunlight
air
temperature
water biotic factors Human Interctions Animals:
coyotes
snakes
plants:
cacti
palo verde Mutalism Commensalism Competition Shaped .. Intraspecific Interspecific By
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