Abiotic factors in the world's oceans include sunlight, temperature, climate and moisture, and its biotic factors are elements such as a coral reef, fish, algae and plants. All of these factors work together to balance an oceanic environment.
Biotic factors are those factors that are alive. They can include everything from plants to animals and only include those things that belong in the ecosystem.
Abiotic factors are those factors that are not alive. They are devoid of life, but provide benefits to an ecosystem. Abiotic factors, despite being non-living, play a major part in helping organisms survive in any given ecosystem.