What are 5 tundra abiotic factors?


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  • Temperature
  • Wind Intensity
  • Moisture content
  • Rock/Soil type
  • Light Intensity

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Some abiotic factors in the tundra are dirt, water, sun, air, snow, precipitation.

Some abiotic factors of tundra are the limited amounts of rainfall that the tundra receives, the colder temperatures and the limited amounts of sun during winter.

Abiotic factors present in tundra areas include precipitation and the climate. Other factors are wind, altitude, clouds, seasons, and temperature.

food shelter sunlight air and soil

Some biotic factors of a tundra are grass and trees! Some biotic factors of a tundra are grass and trees!

Abiotic factors in the Tundra are physical or non-living factors. They include strong winds, short days, and poor soil quality. Biotic factors are biological influences like wildlife and plants.

Abiotic factors in tundra areas include ice, water, and temperatures. Other factors are altitude, the amount of rain and snow, and rocks.

Wind, cold, weather, soil, floodplains

Snow, Sun, Water, Precipitation

grasses,wind, light ,and temperature

some abiotic factors of the arctic are permafrost, strong winds, poor soil, long winters and short summers.

Abiotic means not alive and biotic means alive. So lemmings and polar bears and moss would be biotic. Rocks, water, and sun would be abiotic.

An abiotic factor is a non biological component of a biome. For tundra, the lower annual temperature average is one such factor. Additionally, because of the latitude, the wide range of sunlight that the tundra receives is another.

Biotic is leaving orgasms and abiotic are nonliving such as water rain etra.

Tundra is abiotic because it cannot breathe oxygen.

what are all of the biotic and abiotic factors of the Chicago River

Temperatures, winds, and precipitation are the three abiotic factors that determine the characteristics of a biome. The tundra has low temperatures and high winds.

abiotic things in a tundra are all NON-LIVING organisms

The soil is an example... there is also temperature especcially with global warming. All together, it could be of the tundra that is there or the slimple climate that can be abiotic factors. That answer you must look for.

Three Biotic factors of the tundra are Mosses, Shrubs, and Fungi. Three abiotic factors of the tundra are Short summer days, Permafrost, and Cold winters. hope that these helped a little bit! :)

Abiotic factors: rocks, sand, dirt, sunlight, water...... Biotic factors: plants, animals, trees, fungi........

It is abiotic and has biotic elements too.

i only know the abiotic onespermafrostlittle precipitationpoor soilstrong windsshort summer days and very long cold wintersbiotic factors would be plants and animals

what are the biotic factors in the garden

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