Oceans abiotic factors?
Abiotic, meaning not alive, are nonliving things that affect living organisms. Environmental factors e.g. pond, lake, ocean, desert, and mountain or weather such as temperature, cloud cover, rain, snow, hurricanes are abiotic factors. The ocean is greatly penetrated by the sunlight in which it gives a great boost to the life below it.
well first thing I know is that the fish and other animals breathe underwater so the fish or other sea animals are interacting with the oxygen or the carbon dioxide. Next, the coral reefs or the sea sponge need the sunlight and the water to grow. I think these are pretty much I know...and I hope this will help(?)
Some biotic factors of tropical oceans are: fish clown anemonefish blue marlin great barracuida poroupine fish skipjack tuna smooth hammer head stonefish green turtle hawksbill birds brown booby dugong finless porpoise cnidarians crustarears echinoderms mollusks sponges coral reef red coralline kelp
wind, humidity, temperature, air pressure, clouds, fronts and precipitation. Temperature water vapor Factors of weather are: sunlight, as modified by axial tilt, cloud cover, dust, etc.; greenhouse gases; topography (especially mountains); bodies of water (lakes and oceans); and the revolution of the planet on its axis.