Density-Independent Limiting Factors

Density-Independent factors are environmental factors affecting a population regardless of size, such as temperature and oxygen supply.
Examples are natural disasters, seasonal cycles, and certain human activities.(Examples of density-independent factors might include a change in temperature such as an extraordinarily cold or dry winter.)



FLOODING:
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WILDFIRE:
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TORNADO:





STORM: