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Mono Lake

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Michael McClelland

on 14 March 2014

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Transcript of Mono Lake

The Abiotic Factors in mono lake would include: Salt, light and water. The slt in the lake, makes it so only the specially adapted brine shrimp can swim in the water, since there is more salt in the lake, then the ocean. The light affects the lake because it can dry out the lake really fast and easily in a hot summers day. The animals, fish, bugs, and plankton need it to grow and to get warm. The water is a good place to catch the dead flies that float in the water. It's also a good source of drinking water if you purify it.
Food Web
Here is the food web - https://docs.google.com/a/s.c2e.org/drawings/d/1CiqUn9gPkXUwoxmBcfVgH64_qA6bZ8hxOgRcwVt8bos/edit
Human Impact
Some of the ways of human impact are fishing and too much salt water The lake population is starting to overpopulate. Then the lake is starting to dry up.
It is a lake ecosystem surrounded by deserts on three sides and the Sierra Nevada on the fourth. It's freezing cold in the winter, and dry and warm in the summer. It is the oldest lake in the U.S. One other ecosytem like this is The Great Lakes ecosystem.

Abiotic Factors
By: Aaron Worland, Dominic Anderson, Luc Lagasse, Michael McClelland
Mono Lake

Important because it prevides oxygen for the organisms in the water and the ones on the outside. Humans are destroying it by draining all the water giving it less room to grow, and polution is a big one too.
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