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The 4 Environments

The 4 Environments

The term environment is used to describe the natural and artificial surroundings of living and nonliving things. It can also refer to the social context of an individual.

Humans have created many artificial environments, including roads, buildings, and parks. These environments are built to enhance the quality of life of people. However, these environments are affected by human technology and environmental changes.

An ecosystem is a community of plants and animals that live together. These communities can exist in soil, water, or air. They may also contain habitats, which are areas occupied by particular species. Depending on the species, a habitat may have varying levels of salt, wind, and other factors.

The atmosphere is a thin layer of gases that surrounds the Earth. It receives energy from the sun and is held to the earth by gravity. Several organisms depend on the atmosphere for their survival.

Some of the most important elements of the environment include water, air, and ice. Water is essential for most living organisms. Air helps them survive by regulating temperature. ICE forms clouds that reduce the intensity of ultraviolet rays that reach the earth’s surface.

Abiotic factors such as temperature, light, and soil provide the environment with its physical requirements. Biological situations and processes, such as food web dynamics, are also part of the environment.

Biosphere refers to all the regions on the Earth where life exists. The surface of the geosphere, the lower part of the atmosphere, and the upper 100 meters of the ocean are all parts of the biosphere.

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