Biological interactions are the effects that the organisms in a community have on
one another. ... Amensalism is an interaction where an organism inflicts harm to
another organism without ... the re...
Secondary disturbance ... Secondary disturbance. ... What is the name for a
disturbance that harms some organism but does not hurt the ecosystem?
Fire is one of the many natural disturbances that effect ecosystems every year.
What is a Natural ... The results of a disturbance can be short-lived or long-term.
Some examples of abiotic factors in an environment include precipitation, ...
However, colonizers do not often compete well with other species once a ...
where one organism benefits from the relationship, and the other receives no
harm or benefit. ... Ecosystem studies in ecology explore the interactions between
Apr 29, 2015 ... A species is invasive when it is both nonnative to the ecosystem in which it is
found and capable of causing environmental, economic, or human harm. ... In
addition to their negative effects, some invasive species may have positive traits
... in an ecosystem does not mean that a species will become invasive.
Trail construction, use, and maintenance can also be harmful when trails divide
sensitive or rare plant ... Here are some recommendations to reduce vegetation
impacts: .... Soil can be eroded by wind, but generally, erosion is caused by
flowing water. .... Even very localized disturbance can harm rare or endangered
two species can occupy the same niche indefinitely without ... Some organisms
use others, neither hurting or ... Disturbances can disrupt ... Each organism in an
ecosystem confronts the challenge of .... coexist on a long-term basis, either
resources must not be ..... these plants without harm, often as their exclusive food.
The majority of reef loss or damage is not deliberate. ... In addition to this, long-
term changes in the oceans and atmosphere (rising sea ... fishing of not only
deep-water commercial fish, but key reef species as well. Overfishing of certain
species near coral reefs can easily affect the reef's ecological balance and
The deposition rate for individual coral species varies, but is generally
considered ... through their symbiotic relationship with minute algae (
dinoflagellates) called ... Larvae do not settle on rubble and thus replenishment
and rehabilitation is minimal. ... some which have smothered and poisoned
corals and other organisms.
Wetlands form as a result of certain hydrologic conditions which cause the ...
predator, and parasite species tolerant of disturbed environments (Harris ...
dissolved oxygen levels, can cause stress or mortality of aquatic organisms. ....
Information about methods of mosquito control that do not degrade wetland