Is water a biotic or an abiotic factor?
Water is abiotic.
It is abiotic because it is not currently alive, or dead, meaning it was, at some point, alive.
Water is a abiotic factor.
Why is water a abiotic factor? Well, let define the term.
Abiotic factors are the non-living parts of the environment that have a major influence on living organisms.
Biotic factors is the opposite of abiotic factors which are living things in the environment.
Biotic factors are living things like a loin and a bird but abiotic factors are like rocks and the sun not living and water is not living