Ecosystems in the USA?

Answer The United States has over 3.5 million square miles in all its 50 states, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This square mileage features forest, freshwater, grasslands and wetlands ecosystems. A... Read More »

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List of Ecosystems?

An ecosystem is a community of plants and animals associated with specific climatic conditions and abiotic (non-living) features. In the grand scheme of things, there are only two types of ecosyste... Read More »

Do rainforests have ecosystems?

Rain forests do have ecosystems. The ecosystems of rain forests are the most complex and diverse in the world. Rain forests make up only 6 percent of the earth's land, but hold about one half of th... Read More »

What Ecosystems Are in Minnesota?

Minnesota is the 12th-largest state in the United States at nearly 87,000 square miles. This upper Midwest state is home to marine, grasslands and forest ecosystems. These ecosystems are home to a ... Read More »

Disruptions to Ecosystems?

An ecosystem refers to the interacting abiotic and biotic components of a given area, according to the University of Michigan. Ecosystems face disruption from natural processes, such as fires and f... Read More »