Introduction, Cyclical Processes of Ecosystems 1

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Learn geography online through cyclical processes of ecosystems. Cyclical processes are an important part of ecology and hence the geography of vegetation zones. This essay will discuss the cyclical processes which may be observed out of the structure and composition of deciduous forest ecosystems in the United Kingdom (Britain), but using some North American examples. The basic structure of forest ecosystems will be discussed along with cyclical processes which include succession. Both primary and secondary succession will be discussed. The cyclical processes which may be observed in community structure include the concept of defoliation. The cyclical processes of composition include the food chain and web, bio-genetics and how diversity relates to succession and climax.

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