PPISMP TESL INSTITUT PERGURUAN KENT, TUARAN. ENVIRONMENT BY: ALICIA SU YUN SHAN KRISTIE JACQUELINE LAU MIKO LAU WEE NA SHARON WONG MIN YING. Overview. Ecosystems are made up of abiotic and biotic components .
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ALICIA SU YUN SHAN
KRISTIE JACQUELINE LAU
MIKO LAU WEE NA
SHARON WONG MIN YING
KEY CONCEPTS AND DEFINITION OF ENVIRONMENT ecosystem is termed biogeochemistry.
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March 23, 2010,
- Includes the rainfall, temperature and wind patterns that occurs in an area.
-change of grasslands in many ways, adding to the diversity of these ecosystem.
- flooding(broken trees, move soil); lighting storms (kill small trees).
-development of agriculture, housing, logging, industry.
-fish bombing, commercial hunting
-foreign plants or animals are being transferred.
-acid rain, run off from agricultural land, ozone depletion
La Nina ecosystem is termed biogeochemistry.
El Nino ecosystem is termed biogeochemistry.
DEFORESTATION often occur. In countries such as Zimbabwe, the effects of drought can be devastating.
ARTICLE ON CLIMATE CHANGE penetrate deep into the forest, where before, the tree-cover blocked out the damaging rays. When this occurs plants living near the cut down tree die and wither in the sun.
THE END penetrate deep into the forest, where before, the tree-cover blocked out the damaging rays. When this occurs plants living near the cut down tree die and wither in the sun.