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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Succession
Level: Grade 9
Author: grody311
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Grade 9 Succession

A farmer stops cultivating a large tract of farmland and abandons it. The natural changes taking place soon afterwards, such as the growth of wild grasses and weeds, can be considered secondary succession because
  1. a new ecosystem develops.
  2. there is already soil present.
  3. the land is not controlled by humans.
  4. wild grasses and weeds make soil from rocks.
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