Coral Reef. Gabbi Sanchez & Hope Laroche. Biotic Density of zooplankton Density of living coral polyps populations of fish populations of mollusks populations of echinoderms populations of benthic crustacea. Abiotic
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Density of zooplanktonDensity of living coral polypspopulations of fishpopulations of molluskspopulations of echinodermspopulations of benthic crustacea
temperature of the watersalinity of the waterpH of the waterother dissolved minerals in the watersuspended inorganic particles in the water (i.e. small clay bits, if near shore)amount of sunlight reaching the coral reef (which can be affected by suspended inorganic particles)dissolved oxygen level in the watercurrent strengthdepth / pressureBiotic and abiotic features
3. Water Vapor: This is the gas that is formed through evaporation. It rises and forms clouds.
4. When the water vapor gets too heavy, it falls to the ground. If it is warm it falls as rain. If it is cold it falls as snow. You can also have sleet or hail.
+ Here are the three major contributors of nitrogen: +
1 Introduced organisms. Every living organism, from fish to algae, all have great quantities of assimilated nitrogen in their tissues.
2 Food inputs. Dead or alive, foods are organic masses, and possess the same nitrogenous attributes as the decorative living organisms you introduce.
3 Inorganic inputs. There are two major sources for inorganic nitrogen: the atmosphere and introduced water. Atmospheric nitrogen (N2) is incorporated
The nitrogen cycle is composed of 4 basic steps.