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Mylee chapter B2

The process by which one community is replaced by another is? succession
Repairing damage to an ecosystem is ? reclamation
The careful management and wise use of natural resources is known as? conservation
Changing the packaging of a product so that it takes fewer resources to make is ? redesign
The protection of an area, often designated by the government, is ? preservation
the first stage of pond succession, there is nothing living in the water...true or false? true
Soil and seeds enter pond water and organisms begin to live ...true or false? true
Over time...more soil is washed into the pond and it becomes ? shallower
Organisms die and their remains with more soil fill up the pond until a ? is formed. marsh
Recycling of dead plants fill up the marsh and it becomes a ? meadow
Created by: kaci01467