Licchavi Lyceum


Licchavi Lyceum

Components of Environment

The components of the environment can be divided into two main categories: biotic and abiotic.

Biotic components refer to living organisms, such as plants, animals, and microorganisms, and their interactions with each other. These living organisms shape the environment through processes such as pollination, predation, and decomposition.

Abiotic components refer to non-living physical and chemical factors, such as climate, soil, water, air, and sunlight. These factors determine the conditions under which living organisms can survive and affect their distribution and behavior.

Some of the important abiotic components of the environment include:

  • Climate (temperature, precipitation, and wind patterns)
  • Soil (texture, structure, and nutrient content)
  • Water (quality, availability, and distribution)
  • Air (composition, temperature, and moisture)
  • Sunlight (intensity, duration, and angle)

Overall, the components of the environment interact with each other to form complex ecosystems that support a diversity of life.