What are some enviromental issues that occur in a freshwater wetland biome?
Some problems in the fresh water biome are pollution (caused by humans), bacteria (medical problems) and over fishing. Some examples of pollution can be industrial waste, oil leakage or just plain littering.
Freshwater biomes are found all throughout the world, and they don't have a single average temperature associated with them. In fact, the only statistic that pertains to a freshwater biome is the amount of dissolved salts, or salinity, found in its water. A freshwater biome is defined to have less than 500 parts per million of dissolved salts in its water.