Environmental Education

Environmental Education

Author: Ismael Olivares

Student will identify Biotic and Abiotic factors in different environments. 

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What is Biotic and Abiotic?

Abiotic factors are non-living components that affect the biotic (living) organisms in the same environment.

Examples of Abiotic factors: Sun, Water, and Wind

Examples of Biotic Components: Plants and Animals 

Living and Non-Living Factors

Field trip at Sable Palms

List as many biotic and abiotic components as possible.