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  • one year ago

Do ecosystems always recover after a major human caused disturbance? and why?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    They don't always recover. So no.

  2. anonymous
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    It depends on what kind of disturbance was made. It can also depend on if there is a pioneer species in that area. If there is, then it can recover. If there isn't, then probably not. Make sense?

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    yes that made sense thank you

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    yes that made sense thank you

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