Biology-Deflected succession (SNAB)

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  • Created by: Ashley
  • Created on: 17-11-10 19:36

Deflected succession- A community that remains stable only because human activity prevents succession from running its course.

this happens all the time, for example, sheep grazing prevents grassland from developing into woodland. 

many places need to be actively managed in the battle against succession, for example, golf courses need to be mowed all the…


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