Does a community include abiotic factors? Explain.

2 Answers
May 11, 2018

Yes, all communities contain abiotic factors.


An abiotic factor is a nonliving thing. Biotic factors are living organisms. A community is made up of both of these. Biotic factors can't make a community without these kinds of things.

#ul("Examples of Abiotic Factors")#

  • Rocks
  • Rain
  • Soil
  • Sunlight
  • etc..

We survive with these things.

May 11, 2018



A community is all of the populations living in a specific area. An ecosystem consists of the community and the abiotic factors in a specific area.