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Very good source for contemporary details on many various technological know-how and social stories subject matters concerning the environment. transparent reasons and descriptions,vivid images and illustrations; this publication will certainly spike an curiosity in older young children and adults wishing to benefit extra in regards to the alterations that we're experiencing in the environment.
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31 32 ECOLOGY John Shaw—Bruce Coleman Inc. the environment they themselves changed. The newer species are superseded, in turn, by still newer species. A similar succession of animal species occurs. Interactions between plants, animals, other living things, and the environment influence the pattern and rate of successional change. Primary succession. While this general sequence holds true for both primary and secondary succession, the processes are distinguished by several key elements. The process of primary succession begins in essentially barren areas—regions in which the substrate (the surface or material forming the foundation of the area) cannot sustain life.
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