esrm100s06 - Chapter 6: Restoration Ecology Big Question:...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6: Restoration Ecology Big Question: Can We Restore Damaged Ecosystems? [Unless otherwise identified, photos and charts are from the text for ESRM100.] Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Recovery Recovery from disturbance is the "Rule" not the exception. Image from http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Imgs/ Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Primary Succession Primary succession is the initial establishment and development of an ecosystem where one did not exist. Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Secondary Succession Secondary succession is the reestablishment of an ecosystem following disturbances. Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Succession in Dunes Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Bog Succession Cranberry Glades Bog, West Virginia Marsh Island UW Arboretum Organic Soil Lesson 6 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington The Harvard Forest Diorama East USA forest...
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esrm100s06 - Chapter 6: Restoration Ecology Big Question:...

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