What is a “lower environment?”
Before we explore the different types of environments, it is important to first define what a “lower environment” is. A lower environment is any type of area that has been created intentionally by humans. This can be seen in the form of “gardens, parks, or hiking trails.” The important thing to note about these types of environments is that they offer a variety of different types and amounts of stimuli for organisms living inside of them. So, although the environment may be a great place to live, it is not natural because it was created by humans. A lower environment can be placed into one of three categories: “a controlled, human-altered environment,” “an unaltered, naturally occurring environment,” or “a degraded, human-altered environment.”
A lower environment can also be referred to as an Ecosystem. An ecosystem is a biotic community of interacting organisms and their physical environment within a particular climate. This can be seen in the form of an area that could have plant life, animal life, and water sources all existing in the same area. An ecosystem will also contain all of the things that an organism requires to maintain life. These would include water, oxygen, and food. An ecosystem is truly a “lower environment” because it does not exist in its natural state.
The benefits of having a lower environment
All different types of lower environments have their own benefits to the organisms that live inside of them. One of the main benefits is that they provide a wide variety of food sources. Different types of food are available depending on what type of plant, animal, or insect serves as the environment. An animal living in an environment with many different different plants will be able to eat a wide variety of different species from all over the world. Plants and animals also benefit from living in lower environments because they are able to live at a lower temperature than say, in the forests or jungles but with enough food available, it is possible for these organisms to thrive in these environments. This can be seen by comparing the temperature of a global forest and a tropical forest. (https://books.google.com/books?id=e-12sBgAAQwC&pg=PA16&lpg=PA16&dq=Tropical+forest+temperature+vs.+global+forest+)
How to create a lower environment in your home
Now that we understand what lower environments are, we can go into how to create them in your own home. 1. Check to make sure you have everything needed: After you have decided on your environment’s budget, the next thing you will want to do is make sure you have all of the materials needed to create your environment. You may need to purchase special equipment such as a compost bin or a watering can with a hose since some lower environments may require you to water plants with water than what is normally available in other places. 2. The type of materials needed: For the types of lower environments that use nature as their source, you will need a good amount of dirt. This can be found at your local garden supply store or landscaping company. If a professional will be helping you with your environment, then the cost to begin with may be more expensive than if you are doing it for your own home. This is because there is a lot more work involved in creating an environment if you are doing it by yourself.