anonymous
  • anonymous
From June to September 1988, 51 different wildfires started in Yellowstone Park. By the end of the summer, approximately 794,000 acres of the park were affected, which included about 24 percent of the whitebark pine forest population, many lodgepole pine stands, and a variety of other plants and animals. Which type of change was seen in the ecosystems that were affected by the 1988 fires in Yellowstone Park? primary succession secondary succession a climax community species extinction
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Not sure, but i believe its secondary...
anonymous
  • anonymous
hold on i will check that for u
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Sorry, kingalex, thats a good point
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  • anonymous
Secondary succession is the series of community changes which take place on a previously colonized, but disturbed or damaged habitat. Examples include areas which have been cleared of existing vegetation (such as after tree-felling in a woodland) and destructive events such as fires.

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