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|describe density independent factors||1.85||0.2||2955||23||36|
|describe density independent factors||0.83||0.5||7454||84|
The two examples of density independent factors are natural disasters and human activity. Natural disasters, like wildfires, are factors that limit population sizes irrespective to density of the population.How do density independent factors affect population growth?
Density independent limiting factors also cause population sizes to increase. For example, the water from a flash flood increases the growth of vegetation, thereby providing more food for primary consumers in the ecosystem. Density dependence. (2017, October 16).How does the environment influence density independent factors?
Density-independent factors often arise from physical and chemical (rather than biological) phenomena. Such factors stemming from weather and climate —as well as flooding, wildfires, landslides, and other disasters—affect a population of living things whether individuals are clustered close together or spaced far apart.