Ecosystems exhibit dynamic responses

How do ecosystems respond to disturbances, and what are the mechanisms underlying ecological succession? Ecosystems exhibit dynamic responses to disturbances, such as natural disasters, human activities, or invasive species, through processes of resilience, resistance, and ecological succession. Resilience refers to the ability of an ecosystem to absorb and recover from disturbances, maintaining its structure and function over time. Resistance, on the other hand, reflects the

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