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Science chapter 4


All of the living and non living things around us environment
the living and non-living things in a particular place ecosystem
a group made up of the same kind of individuals living in the same ecosystem population
all the populations that live in the same place community
the living parts of an ecosystem biotic
the non-living parts of an ecosystem abiotic
the number of different kinds of living things in an ecosystem diversity
harmful substances mixed with water, air, or soil pollution
work done to repair damaged ecosystems habitat restoration
the average weather in an area over many years climate
natural resources that can be replaced (sunlight, air, water, trees) renewable resources
natural resources that can not be replaced (coal, gas, oil) non-renewable resources
the way plants, animals and people affect an ecosystem biotic factors
the way sunlight, air, water, soil and climate affect an ecosystem abiotic factors
work done to repair damage to an ecosystem (plant new trees, create new wetlands) habitat restoration
Created by: hiscox