Some abiotic factors include the geology of the region, location, precipitation, soil conditions, etc.
Abiotic factors include anything in an ecosystem that is not alive. For example, weather, wind, rain, and sun are examples of abiotic factors, as well as water, rocks, and dirt. Biotic factors include anything that is alive, such as plants, animals, bacteria, bugs, etc.
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