1) Food availability
Maximum number of individuals that can be sustained in a population
1) Primary Sucession
Arise from an area that was never populated by life
Examples: Glacier melt to expose new rock, Volcanoes making an island.
2) Secondary Succession
Regrowth of life from a previously destroyed area.
Example: After wild fires, etc
Biotic (living) and abiotic (not living) factors
All the biotic factors
The number of specific individual of a group
The amount of different organs in an ecosystem
A cycle of where carbon goes. CO2 is in the atomsphere. Plants take it in. Then animals eat the plants and breathe the CO2 back out.