What is the impact of climate on community succession
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Q1 Identify the biome in which you live. What environmental factors are instrumental in maintaining this biome? What is the current environmental "health" of your biome? What do you predict your biome will look like in 200 years from now? Why? Write on PHOENIX AZ

Q2 What is the impact of climate on community succession? Give an example of how local landscape changes have influence succession in your area. On the global scale, how do you feel climate changes will influence local and regional succession patterns?

Q3 How might succession be influenced by the biome? Where do you think succession might occur most quickly, most slowly?

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Biomes are those regions characterized by their vegetation and the inhabiting flora and fauna. Biomes are primaril classified into terrestrial and aquatic biomes. We are living in the terrestrial biomes. Terrrestrial biomes are classified as desserts, grasslands, forests and tundra. Biomes are continually changing and evolved from the past. The current state of evolution of the terrestrial biome is going to be in devastation as the forests are being cleared and this results in the conversion of this biome to the desserts.

In 200 years it is estimated that due to human activities which affect the environment the natural state of the biomes will be lost. Human interference in the environment for food and fodder has resulted in destruction of the environment. The Sonaoran desert area is located in Phoenix, AZ. This area receives lot of rainfall. The desert has een transformed into a place of tourist attraction. Animals have lost their natural habitat. New plants are being cultivated and is estimated that the desert will soon be converted to another biome.

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