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the biotic and abiotic factors of the indian ocean
Transcript of the biotic and abiotic factors of the indian ocean
the indean ocean is the third largest ocean in the world
the indean ocean is bordered antartica, asia, africa, and australia.
it is also borderd by that atlantic ocean
a decription of the geography surrounding the indean ocean
the effects of sunlight on the aquatic life inhabiting the indean ocean
Sunlight feeds the organisms on the lowest level of the food chain.
this makes those plants grow were some of the fish and other aquatic animals may eat them, after that the carnivores aquatic animals will eat them.
the depths and salinity of the indean ocean
the indean ocean is 12,990 feet deep
the indian ocean is 24,442 feet at its deepest point
the indian ocean has the fewest trenches in all the worlds oceans
Many fish will live were the sun reaches while other aquatic animals such as sharks live deep a the oceans floor
The indian ocean is located in the tropics so it has the warmest surface water temperature
the effects of seasonal changes to water temperatures and aquatic life in your body of water
the tempiture in the indian ocean does not effect the aquatic life much in the indian ocean.
predictions or current research on the effects of climate change to your body of water
scientists have been studing the atlantic ocean and all the heat has started to decline were the indian oceans heat as increasing.
the indian ocean has been storing all the heat from most of the worlds oceans
volcanoes under water