Secondary succession is one of the two types of ecological succession of plant
life. As opposed to the first, primary succession, secondary succession is a ...
Secondary succession is the series of community changes which take place on a
previously colonized, but disturbed or damaged habitat. Examples include ...
In this lesson we will investigate the process of secondary succession. Learn
about where secondary succession happens, why it happens, how it...
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Many different processes establish plant or animal communities in an ecosystem.
Secondary succession takes place following a major disturbance, such as a fire
or flood. Farmland that has been abandoned also can undergo secondary ...
Secondary succession refers to the concept of an ecosystem reviving itself after
all or a portion has been destroyed. The concept refers primarily to plant life and
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Primary Succession y. – After severe disturbance that remove or bury products of
the ecosystem. • Secondary Succession y. – After disturbance on a vegetated ...
Secondary Succession - Lake Succession: In the image above, a former bog in
Maine has almost completely filled. A former lake, formed originally when a large
Secondary succession occurs after disturbances that are not intense enough to
kill all plants, so that regeneration can occur by re-sprouting and growth of ...
Secondary succession refers to the sequential changes in vegetation that occur
after a disturbance such as wildfires, hurricanes or human alterations.