What are some examples of abiotic factors?
Abiotic factors include things like climate, weather, water, etc.
Abiotic factors are non-living things in an ecosystem, so anything in an ecosystem that is, well, not living is an abiotic factor. Things like water, climate, and weather are not living, so that makes them abiotic factors.
Temperature, weather, and humidity.
An abiotic factor is a non-living factor that influences and resides in an environment. So, things like weather, temperature, and humidity are considered abiotic factors, while things like predators are considered biotic factors.