Water Ecosystems

By: Dorian

About Water Ecosystems

Water Ecosystems are about ecosystems in water. Some ecosystems have salt water and freshwater. Some examples of water ecosystems are streams, oceans, ponds,river, estuaries, wetlands, coral reefs, open sea, deep sea, and lakes. Most of those examples provide a habitat. Wetlands also provide a habitat. They also protect land and community from waves and winds.Wetlands trap things and sediment. When you create dams you make lakes too.Estuaries provide a habitat for sea life, fish, and animals. Estuaries has part freshwater and part saltwater. Estuaries are popular fishing places. Controlled lakes are called reservoirs.

Ecosystems: all living & nonliving things in an area that interact with each other.                                   Water: a compound made of H2O.                                                                                                     Wetland: an area of land where there is water on the surface or where the soil is completely filled with water at least part of the year.                                                                                                   Ocean: a large body of salt water that covers most of the earth.

Ecosystem: all the living & nonliving things in an area that interact with each other.                              Water: a compound made of H2O.                                                                                                  Wetland:an area of land where there is water on the surface or where the soil is completely filled with water for at least part of the year.                                                                                                     Ocean: a large body of salt water that covers most of earth.

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