Grassland ecosystem( terrestrial ecosystem) in environmental engineering free pdf download
Grasslands are areas where the vegetation is dominated by grasses or other herbaceous (non-woody) plants. Grasslands engage regarding 24% of the earth’s surface. Grasslands occur in regions too dry for forests and too moist for deserts. The annual rainfall ranges between 25- 75 cm, usually seasonal. A grassland ecosystem is an ecological unit that has physical factors like water, soil and air, which help to establish that animals live there. The plants, animals, microbes along with the water, soil and air they live in help to create the ecosystem. In an ecosystem, organisms depend on each other for their survival.