What Is a Pond Ecosystem?

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A pond ecosystem is a fragile balance of organisms such as fish, plants and other animals. The ecosystem starts with solar energy, which is utilised by plants which are then consumed by fish or other primary producers and the process may end up at the dining table. Proper pond management is required so that cases such as dead fish or withering plants do not occur.
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Glacier-dug potholes, diverted streams, beaver activity and underground springs form ponds. In quick-draining areas of little or seasonal rain, ponds are short-lived. They dry out
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Decomposers, mostly bacteria and fungi are very important in the nutrient cycle in a pond ecosystem as they are converted into carbon dioxide and nutrients.
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