What are the Abiotic Factors of the Temperate Woodland and Shrubland biome?

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    Abiotic factors are the non-living factors that affect or shape an ecosystem.  The abiotic factors of the temperate woodland and shrubland climates consist of hot, dry summers, cool, wet winters, periodic fires, and thin soil with a poor nutrient content.

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      Thanks for the explanation of abiotic factors of an ecosystem. I have seen a few question about this on GreenAnswers but wasn’t exactly sure what it was.

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