A secondary succession is the ecological succession that takes place on the soil in which a primary succession occurred. The secondary succession occurs after an event occurs to re...
What Is Secondary Succession?
Secondary succession refers to the regrowth of a habitat in the area where a disruptive event has occurred and eliminated the existing, above ground plant life of the natural habitat. The disruptive event may be a forest fire, tree harvesting or a...
An example of Secondary Succession by stages: 1. A stable state in deciduous
forests community 2. A disturbance, such as a wild fire, destroys the forest 3.
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. Where
does it happen? Why does it happen? How does it happen? What does it...
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
Jun 24, 2009 ... An example of secondary succession is the development of new inhabitants to
replace the previous community of plants and animals that has ...
nature.berkeley.edu/biometlab/espm111/ESPM 111 Ecosystem Succession.pdf
Primary Succession y. – After severe disturbance that remove or bury products of
the ecosystem. • Secondary Succession y. – After disturbance on a vegetated ...
2010 Discovery Communications, LLC. Primary and. Secondary Succession.
Many different processes establish plant or animal communities in an ecosystem.
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