Which resource is most likely found in large amounts in forest ecosystem?
A resource that is found in large amounts in a forest ecosystem is carbon. There is an abundance of it because the plants absorb it from the sun, and then in turn give it off through the air.
No, pine trees grow fairly quickly compared with rain-forest trees. We can plant a pine tree and it will grow in a few years. So pine is generally regarded as a renewable resource, if we replant for every one we cut down. But if we harvest pine trees to extinction, then, yes, they are non-renewable. This is not a likely situation as countries like the United States and Canada have more forest acres and larger…
Which type of organism one that is third level consumer or one that is a producer is likely to have the largest population in an ecosystem?
Depends on the ecosystem. Producer, have the largest biomass in all, they're at the bottom of a energy pyramid diagram, which has a larger base (number of producers) than apex top of the food chain consumers). However, in terms of number of individuals, producers can easily be outnumbered by some animals such as insects in a not so dense forest ecosystem or even in a desert for instance, so it's a case-by-case scenario.