Abiotic factors affect an environment in many ways. For instance, if there is too much of abiotic fators in an ecosystem than there is biotic factors, the biotic factors will start to decrease due to the lack of biotic factors (food for predators). Therefore, the biotic factors will become extinct.
sunlight and temperature, same as the abiotic factors that affect freshwater ecosystems
Non-living components that are a part of the environment and affect ecosystems are known as abiotic factors. Three examples of abiotic factors are soil, air, and temperature.
the two main abiotic factors that affect marine ecosystems are: temperature , sunlight
Your mum :P < - mothers cant affect ecosystems
Abiotic factors are non-living physical and chemical parts of the environment that affect ecosystems. Some abiotic factors for native forests are temperature, soil, water, sunlight and wind.
The role played by abiotic factors are pretty simple; In ecology and biology, abiotic factors are non living chemical and physical factors available naturally in the environment which affect the ecosystems. Abiotic factors are aspects of geodiversity. They can also be recognized as " abiotic pathogens"
Ships undersea volcanoes and oil spills
the same abiotic factors are found in all ecosystems. abiotic factors are non-living factor that affect an organisims life such as rain fall, soil type, and sun light
In biology and ecology, abiotic components or abiotic factors are non-living chemical and physical parts of the environment that affect living organisms and the functioning of ecosystems. Abiotic factors and phenomena associated with them underpin all biology. abiotic factors include water, soil, sunlight, oxygen and,temperature
Light, Temperature, Water. Abiotic factors are non-living factors.
light, radiation, temperature, water, atmospheric gases, soil
Abiotic and biotic factors
Some abiotic factors are water, temperature, air, rocks, etc.
biotic and abiotic
Air Water Land
In ecology and biology, abiotic components are non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment, which affect ecosystems. Abiotic phenomena underlie all of biology. The abiotic factors of an ecosystem can be listed through SWATS: Soil, Water, Air, Temperature, and Sunlight.The answer is Abiotic. :)
An abiotic factor is a nonliving thing... So everything that isn't living...
Abiotic - The nonlinving components of an ecosistem or enviroment are the abiotic factors, this are nonliving chemicals and physical factors in the environment that affect the ecosystems.The non-living components of an ecosystem are known as abiotic.
Ecology is the study of ecosystems, and the primary concern is ecosystems and the factors (biotic and abiotic) in them and how they relate.
the list 0f biotic and abiotic factors of mangrove ecosystems
The rocks in the Boreal ecosystem are considered abiotic features. Soils and clays are also considered to be abiotic features.