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I really need help with this question, Damon gave me an answer, but I do not know if it is for this question or for the one posted after. This is the only question I need help on, I promise not to post any other questions after this
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  • BIO - ,

    This site should help you on abiotic factors in ecological succession.

    http://www.ehow.com/facts_5832496_effect-succession-abiotic-factors.html

  • BIO - ,

    I just don't know what the question is asking me to do, I don't know how to describe.

    Ecological succession is the long-term process of natural vegetation communities changing. The community of plants in an area largely determines what animal life will be part of that community.

  • BIO - ,

    This was your original question: "describe ecological succession in terms of changes in the abiotic parts of an ecosystem. "

    The site I just posted for you tells about the abiotic changes in ecological succession.

  • BIO - ,

    So meaning flooding, fire, pollution?

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    ms sue help me i don't get it

  • BIO - ,

    how do I describe, didn't I already do that before?

  • BIO - ,

    The two sentences you posted above don't mention abiotic influences.

  • BIO - ,

    2.Overfishing and replacement of commercially valuable fish by trash fish.
    3.Severe forest fires when forests are protected from fires.

  • BIO - ,

    Andrea -- do you know what abiotic means?

  • BIO - ,

    yeah, things that are nonliving like sunlight, temperature, etc.

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