influence of behavior on a population.
The student will investigate and understand that interactions exist among members of a population.
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An ecosystem is made up of the biotic (living) community and the abiotic (nonliving) factors that affect it. The health of an ecosystem is directly related to water quality.
Abiotic factors determine ecosystem type and its distribution of plants and animals as well as the usage of land by people. Abiotic factors include water supply, topography, landforms, geology, soils, sunlight, and air quality/O2 availability.
the health of ecosystems and the abiotic factors of a watershed;