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What additional abiotic and biotic factors might limit population size in Mono Lake?

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    You ask what "additional" factors might limit population. What factors have you already discussed?

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    oops sorry! I already have the temperature changes, and seasons for abiotic factors.but what about biotic factors?

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    Try some of these sites.

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