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  • one year ago

The construction of wind farms has affected the migratory patterns of some bird populations. Bird populations have been noted to no longer increase and sometimes even decrease in these areas. What is this known as? a density-dependent limiting factor a population-independent factor a density-independent limiting factor a population-dependent limiting factor

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  1. callielovesyhuu
    • one year ago
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    c?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I believe answer C since it is not a natural limiting factor it can not be dependent

  3. Koikkara
    • one year ago
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    @christianlewis00 \(\Huge\tt\color{#CC0000}W\color{#CD0B00}e\color{#CF1700}l\color{#D12200}c\color{#D32E00}o\color{#D53900}m\color{#D74500}e~\color{#DB5C00}t\color{#DD6800}o~\color{#E17F00}O\color{#E38B00}p\color{#E59600}e\color{#E7A200}n\color{#E9AD00}S\color{#EBB900}t\color{#EDC500}u\color{#EFD000}d\color{#F1DC00}y\color{#F3E700}!\color{#F5F300}!\) Hmm..A wind farm is a group of turbines that are used to produce energy. Birds have distinct migration patterns, and because of these wind farms these patterns have changed resulting in a decrease in population. And so, It is called a \(Population-dependent~Limiting ~Factor.\)

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