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Shape of rocks in the cave
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Air, rock, soil, water, peat, and plant litter.
Abiotic factors have a variety of effects on living things. The weather (an abiotic factor) influences where a living creature can make its home or find food.
Abiotic factors are non-living things that effect living things. Factors like acid rain, earthquakes, fires, hurricanes and even gases can effect animals.
may block out the sun, may block wind
An abiotic factor would be something like, rocks holding up woodchips or something. Abiotic is non-living.
fires, earthquakes, temprature decrese, temprature increase, and pollution, ect. fires, earthquakes, temprature decrese, temprature increase, and pollution, ect.
I'm not really sure but, air, temparature, climate are things that can affect organisms that live in a landfill.
Populations are influenced by fluctuations in any of the abiotic cycles. The fluctuations of seasonal cycles can cause populations to hibernate, migrate, or breed. Organisms b…reed as a result of seasonal fluctucations that cause them to have a limited resource supply. Fluctuations in the phosphorus cycle can cause changes to aquatic ecosystems, either positive or negative.
The abiotic factor used to determine the climate of an area that has the least effect on aquatic ecosystems is?
The swamp has trees and the marsh has plants such as grasses
Abiotic Components affect the number,distribution,metabolism and behaviour of various organisms in the ecosystem.
Abiotic - rock (often limestone a.k.a kast), sand, stalagmites, stalactites and any man made features that may be in there. Biotic - bats (most common), spiders and small ins…ects, theres a possibility there will be fish (only in some caves though) Hope this helped.
Dissolved gasses, light intensity, pH level, and water availibility.