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Primary and Secondary Succession

Decide if each example is showing primary or secondary succession.

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Starts with bare rock and dirt must be created before plants then animals can live thereprimary succession
starts with dirt and some form of plant then it's destroyed and grows back or just changes from one major plant form to anothersecondary succession
volcano creating a new islandprimary succession (starts with just rock - no dirt)
hurricane destroys the land and everything grows backsecondary succession (dirt already there)
catastrophic disturbance destroys the land and it grows backsecondary succession (dirt already there)
grassland changes into a forestsecondary succession (dirt already there)
weeds begin growing up through the cracks in a parking lotsecondary succession (dirt already there)
glaciers melting to reveal rockprimary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
forest grows back after a forest firesecondary succession (dirt already there)
takes millions of year to happenprimary succession (needs to create dirt from rock)
happens in less than a hundred yearssecondary succession (dirt already there)
shrubs growing up through the dirt in a mud slidesecondary succession (dirt already there)
habitat regrowing after an earthquake destroyed itsecondary succession (dirt already there)
trees grow back after a tornado rips them upsecondary succession (dirt already there)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (glaciers melt and reveal rock - no dirt)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
Is this showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
In this picture glaciers are melting after millions of years. Which type of succession would turn this land into a field or forest?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
A volcanic island has been newly created. Which type of succession will this island go through?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
A volcanic island is in the process of being created. Which type of succsion will this island go through?, primary succession (starts with rock - no dirt)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, secondary succession (dirt and plants already there)
Is this picture showing primary or secondary succession?, secondary succession (dirt and plants already there)
Over the twenty years shown in this picture the field is going from nothing to small shrubs and trees. Which type of succession will this field go through?, secondary succession (dirt already there)
An earthquake caused some of the dirt to fall down the hill. Which type of succession will this land go through?, secondary succession (dirt still there)
Which type of succession will this field use to recover from a catastrophic disaster?, secondary succession (dirt already there)
Which type of succession is turning this field into a forest that you see at the back of the picture?, secondary succession (dirt already there)
Parts of this forest were destroyed in a flood. Which type of succession will this land go through to return to a forest?, secondary succession (dirt already there)
This series of pictures shows a forest that was burned during a fire then recovered. Which type of succession caused this to happen?, secondary succession (dirt already there)
In this series of pictures a pond is slowing filling in over time and a field then forest are being created. Which type of succession would cause this to happen?, secondary succession (dirt already there at the bottom of the pond)



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