If a wildfire destroyed all the trees in a forest, what might happen to the ecosystem? Select all that apply. A. New types of tr

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If a wildfire destroyed all the trees in a forest, what might happen to the ecosystem? Select all that apply.

A. New types of trees will start growing.

B. Animal populations and trees will be unchanged.

C. Minerals from the ashes will nourish the soil.

D. No energy will be transferred in the ecosystem ever again.

E. The burned trees will give off extra energy to primary consumers.

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Gabriella 3 months 2022-02-13T04:10:22+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-13T04:11:39+00:00

    Okay, I googled it because I wasn’t sure but, according to the article *ahem* “Destructive as forest fires may seem, forests often regrow in their wake. In some cases, however, forest fires become so intense they cause severe damage to the soil that may take years or even decades to repair”.

    Hope this helped!

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