Secondary Succession in a Desert
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Secondary Succession in a Desert Secondary succession is the series of community changes which take place on a previously colonized, but disturbed or damaged habitat.
Fire is one type of secondary succession in a Desert. Secondary succession in a Desert are relatively faster, compared to other successions, in other biomes. This is because the "soil" is already developed in the Desert.
Another type of secondary succession in the Desert is a lot of rain, or a flash flood. With a result of a lot of rain, the environment in the desert might drastically change, for those organisms who are not used to the rain.
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