Examples of environmental factors include soil, water, climate, natural vegetation and landforms. Environmental factors entail everything that changes the environment. Some factors are visible, while others cannot be see... More »

Some natural environmental factors include: water, wind, fire, earth and the plants and animal living in the area. Humans can also create environmental factors, such as impacts to air and water quality and influences on ... More »

The environmental factors in marketing include political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal factors (PESTEL). This PESTEL analysis is a framework that marketers use to analyze and monitor these fac... More »

Abiotic factors in the Amazon rainforest include water, soil, climate, sunlight and air. All populations and organisms in the Amazonia depend on the warm climate and water, while all plants directly feed and depend on su... More »

Some examples of abiotic factors in temperate forests include the soil and mineral characteristics of the area, as well as the temperature and climate of the forest. In contrast to biotic, or living, factors of a forest,... More »

There are many abiotic factors present in the temperate deciduous forest, but some of the most common are rocks, climate, soil, sunlight, rain and temperature. The abiotic factors of an ecosystem are all the nonliving th... More »

Desertification causes a high-risk of crop failure, low economic returns on crops, a build-up of salt in the soil and the accidental burning of semiarid vegetation. This process turns usable desert land into unusable lan... More »