#EcoFlow

The Forest Ecosystems- They are the ecosystems in which an abundance of flora, or plants, is seen so they have a big number of organisms which live in relatively small space.

The Desert Ecosystem- Desert ecosystems are located in regions that receive an annual rainfall less than 25. They occupy about 17 percent of all the land on our planet.

The Grassland Ecosystem- The area mainly comprises grasses with a little number of trees and shrubs.

The Mountain Ecosystem- Mountain land provides a scattered and diverse array of habitats where a large number of animals and plants can be found.

Aquatic Ecosystems- The aquatic ecosystem is the ecosystem found in a body of water.

The fungus decomposed the ground material.

The deer is a consumer because they feed off of living organisms such as plants.

There are seven types of eco systems.

Plants are producers they make food through photosynthesis.

Humans are at the top of the food chain.

People come from living organisms so they are biotic.

Plants are abiotic because they come from seeds.

The theory of evolution is the theory in which humans adapted from something else.

Some biotic factors in a wetland ecosystem are animals. Animals are part of the ecosystem.

Some abiotic factors in a wetland ecosystem are plants. Plants make their own food and so they are part of an ecosystem.

Sunflowers -> Aphid -> Ladybug -> Small bird-> Buzzard -> Fox ->

Through Sunlight

They represent energy flow.

If all the decomposers were to die, organic nutrients would no longer get cycled properly.

In addition to improving water quality through filtering, some wetlands maintain stream flow during dry periods, and many replenish groundwater. Many Americans depend on groundwater for drinking.

It reduces sediments which can clog water ways to make floods.

Wetland plants hold the soil in place.

They are marshy with losts of food and shelter from the water and plants around the wetland.

Wealth and natural products such as berries and other kinda of food.