Soil Profile and Succession
The soil found in the Taiga tends to have lower nutrients. The Taiga does not have a very enriched profile in the soil. Succession shows stability by how the plants can recover after something effects them. There has been secondary succession in the Taiga, wildfires. The plants are destroyed, but the soil stays together. Primary and secondary succession are different because primary succession is the growth of plants, and secondary succession is the destruction of plants.