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Freshwater Wetlands. Biome Research By Jonathan McDonald. Freshwater Wetlands Geography & Climate. Location-southwest Description-very wet ground Soil type-rich plant nutrients Precipitation-2 to 3 inches Temperature range-39 to 81 degrees F Climate-cold.

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Freshwater wetlands

Freshwater Wetlands

Biome Research

By

Jonathan McDonald


Freshwater wetlands geography climate

Freshwater WetlandsGeography & Climate

  • Location-southwest

  • Description-very wet ground

  • Soil type-rich plant nutrients

  • Precipitation-2 to 3 inches

  • Temperature range-39 to 81 degrees F

  • Climate-cold


Freshwater wetlands biodiversity

Freshwater WetlandsBiodiversity

  • Some animals are frogs, toads, salamanders, birds ,and leeches.

  • There are about twelve types of species in this habitat.


Freshwater wetlands adaptations needed for survival

Freshwater WetlandsAdaptations Needed for Survival

  • A plant called a duckweed can float on the top of the water and absorb the nutrients from the water.

  • A frog can lay its eggs and just swim away because the tadpoles are able to breathe underwater.


Freshwater wetlands interactions of biotic and abiotic

Freshwater WetlandsInteractions of Biotic and Abiotic

  • The duckweed plant has long roots to get nutrients from the water.

  • The water holds nutrients that the duckweed sucks out of the water.


What is biodiversity

What is Biodiversity?

  • The difference between biotic and abiotic factors.


How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem

How does biodiversity contribute to the sustainability of an ecosystem?

  • They all have a niche or a special ability that keeps the place running smooth.


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