Changes in an Ecosystem- Secondary Successions

A secondary succession is a succession that builds a ecosystem back. It happens after a disaster like a forest fire or volcano eruption. While primary succession is slow, secondary successions are fast because the dirt is already there. Occasionally, when a forest fire happens, the roots still survive. Wind brings back more seeds, and then plants start growing back again. But, there is always a primary succession in a secondary succession.



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