Why do islands formed by volcanic eruptions exhibitng primary succession?
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Asked in Volcanoes
What would happen if volcanic eruptions continued to occur on the sea floor?
Asked in Oceans and Seas, Islands, Pacific Ocean
What is the origin of many coastal islands in the ocean?
Asked in Ecosystems
Describe the process of succession in an ecosystem?
By:nevaeh Ecosystems are constantly changing in response to natural and human disturbances; Primary succession, occurs on the surfaces formed as volcanic eruptions build new islands or cover the land with lava rock or volcanic ash. In secondary succession; components often ecosystems can change by natural events such as fires, or by human activities such as farming