Asked in Ecosystems, Planet Earth
Different kinds of ecosystems?
There are many different types of ecosystems on earth that are categorized into three major classes of ecosystems that include freshwater, ocean, and terrestrial. Ocean ecosystems are the largest covering 75 percent of the earth. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
What is land ecosystem?
A land, or terrestrial, ecosystem is all the living organisms and their physical environment on a particular piece of land. Terrestrial ecosystems may interact and overlap with marine (salt-water) and limnological (fresh-water) ecosystems. A number of terrestrial biomes can be used to classify smaller ecosystem ...
Asked in Ecosystems, Marine , Similarities Between
What are the similarities between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem?
in both terrestrial and aquatic environments the ecosystems include communities made up of a variety of species, within both terrestrial and aquatic communities there are populations at the different trophic levels, a great deal of mutual interdependence exists between species in both terrestrial and aquatic environments, in undisturbed terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems equilibrium is reached, i.e. very few major changes are observed over a period of time, in both ecosystems stratification (vertical zonation) occurs. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between aguatic and terriestal?
It is not easy to compare terrestrial and aquatic systems because there is such on the similarities and differences between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. ...
Asked in Ecosystems
Why is soil important for terrestrial ecosystems?
Soil is of great importance to terrestrial ecosystems. It acts as a water filter center. It provides essential nutrients to plants and animals alike. It also helps regulate temperature and maintain the proper balance of greenhouse gases. ...
Asked in Ecosystems, Biomes
What biome has the highest primary production in terrestrial ecosystems?
Tropical rain forests have the highest primary productivity of any ecosystem on the planet. ...
Asked in Landscapes, Geography
A treeless shallow area usually covered with water is called a?
Wetlands are treeless shallow areas usually covered with water. They are transitionally between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. They are among the most biologically productive natural ecosystems in the world. ...