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Tropical Rainforest Abiotic Factors

The weather and rock formations of the tropical rainforests.

Stormie Fisher

on 31 October 2012

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Transcript of Tropical Rainforest Abiotic Factors

Abiotic Factors Tropical Rainforests Rain In The Rainforest it rains
90 day out of the year. Soil The soil is poor and
is lacking in nutrients.
Rocks The rocks are weathered
and smoooth because of the constant erosion by the water It rains an average of
8 feet a year. Average Temp. It is normally between
68 and 93 degrees
Because it is close to the equator
there is very
little change in season.

The humidity is between
77 and 88 percent. Where are the
other nutrients? A lot of nutrients get caught in the leaves
of the trees and
rarely make it
back down to
the soil. Soil Because of the high percent
of rainfall nutrients that
are in the soil quickly
wash down through the top
layer. The End :)
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