Abiotic resources can be defined as the non-living elements in the ecosystem. These resources are obtained from the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. Some of the basic examples of abiotic resources are water, air, soil, minerals and other elements. For a proper balanced ecosystem there has to be a balanced relationship and consistency between biotic resources which are living elements in the ecosystem with the non living that is abiotic resources.
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The biotic environment consists of living beings and their relationships with each other in an ecosystem. While this is important knowledge for anyone studying biology, there are many other reasons others should consider learning about this topic. For example, the biotic environment is constantly under attack by a variety of abiotic factors which can be detrimental to life on earth if left unchecked. In order to adequately prepare for future crises, understanding these external threats is absolutely key.