correct answer: biotic and abiotic limitations
carrying capacity is defined as the total number of an organism who can be supported in a given area within the natural resources limit and without harming or degrading the natural, economic or the cultural environment present for the future generations.
carrying capacity is determined by the limiting factors, which are known to affect the natural resources available. it may include water, nutrients, minerals, space, light etc.
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the water is warmed up by the sun and then it evaporates into the atmosphere. the sunlight warms the water by its heat. water is then cooled down and condensation takes place. the water then finally returns back to the earth by the process of precipitation in the form of rain or ice.