Sunlight - aquatic habitats, Biology

Sunlight - Aquatic Habitats

Sunlight is a major limiting factor for water bodies, since light rapidly diminishes as it passes down the column of water. The upper layers of the aquatic ecosystems, up to which light penetrates and within which photosynthetic activity is confined forms the photic zone.

The depth of this zone depends on the transparency of water.

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