Inshore Marine Habitats

🐳Gabriela Mendez 🐋

Introduction

Did you know that animals such as dolphins,sharks,etc.Have you ever seen the movie called finding nemo?You know that in the beginning in the movie where the place is it is a Marine habitat.Marine Habitats are all over the ocean basically all over the world.Inside the ocean where you see marine habitats you will see coral reefs,fishes,stingrays,etc.There are beautiful things around there.Read more about in my flyer.

Abiotic Factors

  • The nutrients that might come from other animals.
  • The mixture of sand,silt,clay,and shell fragments.
  • The shallow water area.
  • Habitats contain seawater diluted by land runoff;water temperature,salinity and dissolved oxygen are important diversity.
  • The temperature of the marine habitats the climate.
  • The Marine Habitat ecosystem receives a lot of sunlight because it is outdoors nothing covering.

Biotic Factors


  • The animals the fishes,shrimp,oyster,etc
  • The plants the black needle rush,seagrass,seaweed.
  • All the animals in the marine habitats are from the sea.
  • Plants can produce aerenchyma to carry oxygen to the roots
  • Aquatic environments have fairly low oxygen levels,forcing adaptation by the organisms found there.

Water

In my ecosystem Marine habitats water is the most important thing.Without water nothing in the ocean will exist because a lot of animals live in the water.Marine habitats are literally all about water marine means produced by sea so that is important water is an important element in earth.We will be dehyrdrated if we did not have water people might start to dies and animals.So keep water clean and safe.:)

Food Web

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Positive Human Impacts

  • Nature Of Science-Scientific research sometimes uncovers environmental problems
  • Ecotourism

Negative Human Impacts

  • Fishermen
  • Pollution
  • New Species that shouldn't be in the area
  • Ocean Acidification
  • Eutrophication

Classification of The Great White Shark

  • Domain:Eukaryote
  • Kingdom:Animalia
  • Phylum:Chordata
  • Class:Chondrichthyes
  • Order:Elasmobranchii
  • Family:Selachii
  • Genus:Carcharodon
  • Species:Carcharias
The Marine Habitat