Primary and secondary succession
By Ethan le
The shrubs and herbs produce soil to grow grass.
After the grass comes in trees come in like Jack pines, Black spruces, and aspen.
Tall trees used for buildings, paper, etc. The climax community consists of balsam fir, paper birch, and white spruce.
After primary succession
There is a forest fire or tornado that clears out the land. Then Secondary succession takes it's roll. Secondary succession is when a natural disaster strikes and the plants grow off the nutrients in the ashes and soil. It takes 100 years to reach climax community. Then annual plants grow (to the right).
After the annual plants grow then grass starts to grow.
After the grass has carpeted the floor then small pines and spruces grow.
The biggest and last point of any forest. Where all of the big pine trees and birch trees grow