SEQUENCE (Evolutive) 1)5)
The succesive states of an ecosystems transformation after a disturbance.
S. REICE states: "Disturbance is a reinitializing step in the successional development of a community. Different disturbances remove different species to different degrees. Therefore, the particular response of the community is likely to be a unique successional sequence" (1994, p.428).
In global economic or social communities, the same rule is applicable as to the removal of some systems and their subsequent replacement or reappearance.
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