Question 1 . In two to three paragraphs, name your ecosystem, tell where it is (including state and nearest town), state its limits, discuss why defining limits is important, and include any data you collected during your study of the physical limits of the ecosystem. Explain why this ecosystem is an open system. You may include a photograph or map of your ecosystem, but these are not mandatory. Be clear, thorough, and scientifically accurate. Question 2.In one to three paragraphs, list and discuss all the abiotic factors you noted in your study. Include but do not limit yourself to temperature, precipitation, soils, and water flow. Be clear, thorough, and scientifically accurate. Include maps that show abiotic conditions, such as local soils, if possible.Question 3.In one to three paragraphs, list and discuss all the biotic factors you noted in your study. Include animals, plants, and other organisms. Be clear, thorough, and scientifically accurate.Question 4.In one to three paragraphs, describe dynamic changes that have occurred in the ecosystem you chose. Consider whether your ecosystem is degraded, restored, or neither, and list organisms that were once in the ecosystem but are no longer there.