Secondary Succession Is Likely to Occur?

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Secondary succession is likely to occur after the initial succession has been disrupted and some plants and animals still exist. Secondary Succession occurs because of severe disruption or removal of a pre-existing community. Forces at work in secondary succession are strongly influenced by pre-disturbance conditions, including soil development, seed banks, remaining organic matter, and residual living organisms. Because of residual fertility and pre-existing organisms, community change in early stages of secondary succession can be relatively rapid. Examples of secondary succession include responses to natural disturbances such as fire, floods and severe winds and to human-caused disturbances such as logging.
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