Corals can recover if the water temperature drops and the algae are able to recolonize
He stressed that the continent is facing a crucial moment, when the empire has "lost its modesty," and is trying to again seize and recolonize
the continent, beginning with Venezuela's massive oil reserves.
But Gomez said organisms would recolonize
these waterways in time.
In the meantime, the carp could recolonize
restored areas such as Boca Lake.
Thirty years later, native species still have not been able to recolonize
in the compressed soil.
Having established a broad biological basis for cougar movement, he then uses the fifth chapter to explicitly address the political and sociological challenges for cougar to recolonize
"It has taken six years to get frigatebirds to start to recolonize
the island since we got rid of the feral cats and frankly it could have taken much longer," says Fox.
Fish called red shiners don't seem able to recolonize
certain waterways where they once lived as natives, even though the shiners readily invade new territory.
This especially is true in the mountains, where such species do not persist over winter but must recolonize
every year from lower altitudes.
These microbes could later recolonize
the surface when times improved.
However, concerns remain about the effectiveness of these products and the number of live bacteria that can survive passage through the stomach to recolonize