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Forest ecosystems-classified according to their climate type as tropical, temperate or boreal
Grassland ecosystems-can be found in prairies, savannas and steppes
Desert ecosystems-low precipitation, generally less than 25 centimeters (10 inches) per year
Tundra ecosytsems-a harsh environment characterizes ecosystems in the tundra. In the snow-covered, windswept, treeless tundra, the soil is frozen year-round
Freshwater ecosytems-can be found in streams, rivers, springs, ponds, lakes, bogs and freshwater swamps
1. The fungus is a decomposer that breaks down dead organisms to use as nutrients.
2. A human is a consumer, as it consumes other organisms for energy.
3.How much water does each type of organism in a wetland habitat or aquatic ecosystem require?
4.The definition of a producer is someone who creates good and services.
5.The definition of a food chain is a system where a small animal is the food for a larger animal which, in turn, is the food for an even larger animal.
6.The definition of biotic is something related to living things.
7.The definition of abiotic is an ecological term that is anything chemical or physical that lacks life.
8.The definition of an adaptation is a change or adjustment to improve something, or to make it suitable to a different situation.
9. climate, light,rocks minearls
10. oxygen,temperature, water
12. Energy enters the chain through the sun.
13. They represent the parts of a food chain.
14. If this was to happen the food chain would be broken.
15. They filter it that way it stays clean.
16. The holding capacity of wetlands helps control floods and prevents water logging of crops.
17. The ability of wetlands to control erosion is so valuable that some states are restoring wetlands in coastal areas to buffer the storm surges from hurricanes and tropical storms.
18.Menhaden, flounder, sea trout, spot, croaker, and striped bass are among the more familiar fish that depend on coastal wetlands. Shrimp, oysters, clams, and blue and Dungeness crabs likewise need these wetlands for food, shelter, and breeding grounds.
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