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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Pokegama Bay contains extensive forested wetlands, uplands, clay flats and submerged lands.
Courtesy of NOAA.

Ecosystems are composed of all interacting organisms (biota) along with their physical and chemical environments. Physical aspects of an ecosystem, called abiotic components, include variables related to temperature, sunlight, soil, and other factors.

Companion slide set to the video, "Ecosystems."

 

Author(s): Nancy Moreno, PhD, Deanne Erdmann, MS, and Sonia Rahmati Clayton, PhD
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Overview: Tuffs Bed Rest Study Outcomes

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The Whole Individual Adequate Energy Intake is Critical

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