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Ecosystems at Risk - Essay 1 (Full Essay)

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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecosystems Biome Habitats Tropical rainforest Rain Tundra Sustainability
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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecosystems Biome Habitats Tropical rainforest Rain Tundra Sustainability
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INTRO An ecosystem can be defined as “the diverse interactions of plants and animals, along with the non-­‐‐living components of the environment, linked together through nutrient cycles and energy flows”. All ecosystems are products of interactions between the four biophysical spheres: the Atmosphere, concerning the air and sunlight; Lithosphere, involving tectonic plates and the soil; Hydrosphere, involving precipitation and weather; and Biosphere, encompassing the flora and fauna. The four spheres, in their diverse and changing interactions, lead to varied ecosystems and their functioning around the globe. In this essay, the concept of ...
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