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Long term dynamics and succession of forest ecosystem

Long-term dynamics and succession of forest ecosystem The structure and functioning of a forest ecosystem will change over time (succession) controlled by abiotic (wind, wildfire, snow) and biotic (mortality of tree due to limited space, attack by insects and pests) disturbances, which modify the structure and the consequent functioning from moment to moment. Disturbances return
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