This would probably refer to anything in an environment that is not alive. Environments consist of biotic factors: animals, plants, fungi, microorganisms, and this sometimes includes dead decaying matter; and abiotic factors: non-living objects like rocks, landforms, and pollution, and conditions like sunlight and wind. The field of ecology takes both living and non-living factors into account, and studies how they interact with each other.
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