Abiotic Factors Affecting Natural Resources Production Decisions

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Alysha Agliam Noeau Likua Molokai HS NR Production TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract…………………………………………………………………………………………..3 Main Body……………………………………………………………………………………….4 References………………………………………………………………………………………..7 ABSTRACT Abiotic and biotic factors are extremely important factors for our environment. The presence of these factors could provide for a peaceful and healthy environment and the disappearance of these factors could wreak havoc on an environment. Abiotic factors focus more on the physical aspects of an environment and biotic focuses more on biological. MAIN BODY What are important abiotic and biotic factors affecting organisms that are considered in Natural Resources Production decisions? Abiotic refers to something physical rather than biological. Abiotic factors can determine which species of organisms will survive in any given environment. This factor is important because they affect how organisms survive. The abiotic factor can be placed into categories of meteorology, soil, air pollution, micro-topographic features, water availability, and water quality. Chemical and geological factors, such as rocks and minerals, and physical factors, such as temperature, weather, and lay of the land, are also referred to as abiotic components. Biotic factors are the living parts of an ecosystem, such as the animals, plants, and microorganisms. A factor created by a living thing or any living
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