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Ecological Succession

Grade Level Grade 6, Grade 9
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Paul Andersen describes the process of ecological succession. During this process life reestablished itself after a disturbance. During primary success all of the material is removed including the soil. For example during a volcanic eruption all traces of life are removed. However during secondary success the soil remains intact. An example of secondary success is wildfires.

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Great video! This video is applicable for middle school and high school kids. Great images and explainations of succession.
AAWolfe
March 23, 2014
Wonderful pictures to add to the explanations. Very helpful to have additional examples that I haven't used before.
aftvogler
June 05, 2013