B4 - Zonation

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What is zonation?

A gradual change in the distribution of organisms across a habitat.

What can lead to zonation?

The change of abiotic conditions, like salinity or soil quality.

An example?

In coastal areas, the salinity is higher near the sea's edge than higher up the land, and the soil quality and depth is higher the further away…


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