Tropical Rainforest- Very cold, very wet, damp, contains a lot of speices.
Savanna- Open widely spaced trees, seasonal rainfall.
Desert- Dry, hot, very little rain.
Swamp- Low elevated, salt water, woody plants.
Mountain- High climate, cold, very tall.
Decomposer- An organism that breaks down dead or decaying animals or plants.
Consumer- A person or thing that eats or uses something.
ecosystem- A biological community of interacting organisms and there physical environment.
Producer- Organisms that produce their own food.
Food Chain- A series of organisms that depend on eachother for food.
Biotic- Of or relating to certain things.
Abiotic- Physical rather than biological.
Adaptation- The action or process of being adapted to something.
Examples of factors in the Wetlands
Some examples of what biotic factors that would be in a wetlands ecosystem are turtlehead flowers, water, and the trees.
Some examples of abiotic factors on a wetlands ecosystem are the sun, the soil, and also the water.
Every thing that happens with energy all starts with the sun. The sun gives the plants life which give smells animals food and then the larger animals eat the smaller animals.
The arrows represent where the organism is on the food chain and what it eats.
Eventually everything after that oraganism would end up dead.
15-The water carries away pollution and disease.
16-The wetlands act as natural sponges absorbing water and the tree lines also help against floods.
17-The plants break up incoming waves and spread them out across the land when the water hits the tree or plant.
18-Endangered species of fish and reptiles can live in wetlands due to the food it provides and there is plenty of water.
19-The wetlands are used for historic and scientific purposes also artist capture amazing paintings or photos of this ecosystem and its wildlife.