Which of the following is a characteristic of a tropical dry climate?

These are arid and semiarid areas that have three main characteristics: very low precipitation, high evaporation rates that typically exceed precipitation and wide temperature swings both daily and seasonally. What are the characteristics of tropical dry climate? Tropical Wet and Dry Climate Tropical wet and dry climates occur between 5° and 20° latitude and receive …

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What biotic factors limit the population?

Limiting factors are those things in an ecosystem that restrict the size, growth, and/or distribution of a population. Biotic or biological limiting factors are things like food, availability of mates, disease, and predators. How do biotic factors affect population? Biotic factors refer to the living or once-living organisms in an ecosystem and their impacts such …

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What destroys a habitat?

Habitat degradation: Pollution, invasive species, and disruption of ecosystem processes (such as changing the intensity of fires in an ecosystem) are some of the ways habitats can become so degraded, they no longer support native wildlife. How can a habitat be destroyed? Clearing habitats for agriculture is the principal cause of habitat destruction. Other important …

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Is climate change an ecosystem disturbance?

Climate change can alter where species live, how they interact, and the timing of biological events, which could fundamentally transform current ecosystems and food webs. Climate change can overwhelm the capacity of ecosystems to mitigate extreme events and disturbance, such as wildfires, floods, and drought. Is climate change a disturbance? Climate changes can alter the …

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Frequent question: What are the 6 climate regions in Canada?

What are the 6 main climatic regions? There are six main climate regions: tropical rainy, dry, temperate marine, temperate continental, polar, and highlands. The tropics have two types of rainy climates: tropical wet and tropical wet-and- dry. What are Canada’s climate regions? In the southern, more populated area of Canada, there are five main climatic …

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Why do humans need habitat?

Habitat is home, the place where humans get all that they need to survive. Like all animals, habitat is where humans satisfy the most basic survival require- ments – the food, water, cover and places to raise young. … Use pictures of animals that build a home to live in, such as an ant, a …

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Can moldy paper be recycled?

Answer: No! Wet and/or moldy paper has already begun to degrade and is unsuitable to be recycled as is paper that is contaminated with oil, grease or other contaminants. These papers should be placed in the trash. Can contaminated paper be recycled? Once soiled, the paper cannot be recycled because the paper fibers will not …

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Is recycling bad for the economy?

Recycling conserves natural resources, strengthens our economy and creates jobs. Recycling is an essential part of Sustainable Materials Management (SMM), an approach that emphasizes the productive and sustainable use of materials across their entire life cycle, while minimizing their environmental impacts. Is recycling bad for the environment and economy? “Overall recycling has a lower carbon …

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Why is biodiversity necessary and why should it be conserved class 9 geography?

Biodiversity conservation protects plant, animal, microbial and genetic resources for food production, agriculture, and ecosystem functions such as fertilizing the soil, recycling nutrients, regulating pests and disease, controlling erosion, and pollinating crops and trees. What is biodiversity necessary and why should it be conserved class 9? (b) Biodiversity means biological diversity, i.e., there are many …

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