Ecology 2012 #2 - Robert Frost There Are Roughly Zones We...

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Robert Frost - There Are Roughly Zones “… We think of the tree. If it never again has leaves, we’ll know, we say, that this was the night it died. It is very far north, we admit, to have brought the peach. What comes over a man, is it soul or mind - That to no limits and bounds he can stay confined? …”
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Distribution How we find things Limits in terms of abiotic and biotic variables and how it affects relative abundance
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Global Processes and How They Affect the Distribution of Organisms Key Concept – Abiotic and biotic factors limit the distribution of organisms and result in regional differences in the global distribution of many organisms. Supporting Concepts – Sunlight and associated thermal energy account for physical, chemical, and biological differences in ecological systems. Climate is a primary determinant of global patterns of vegetation in terrestrial biomes. The distribution of organisms in aquatic biomes is influenced by complex
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