Look at an ocean system below.
What would most likely happen if the number of shrimp increased?
A. The plankton population would not change.
B. The plankton population would increase.
C. The salmon population would increase.
D. The salmon population would not change.
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If the shrimp population increased, then the plankton population would decrease, causing a drop in the production of oxygen and the salmon population and human population would increase, but with struggles with oxygen since plankton produce half of the world's oxygen.
TL;DR: C should be the answer
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wait so the plankton will increase
the plankton will decrease because the shrimp would be eating all of the plankton which would lead to an abundance of shrimp, which would mean more food for the salmon to eat
so its not c
If there's more food for something to eat, then they will reproduce more because they feel safe but that's usually where the population cap comes into play at a later date
If there's more shrimp, then more plankton would get eaten and the shrimp would have a spike in reproduction for a short amount of time which would have the salmon population spike due to more food for them to eat