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This ecosystem type is an excellent place to explore how ecosystem attributes change with developmental states because data are available for most of these stages. It is important to realize that some of the data presented in Table 2-3 were obtained from only a few different studies so the patterns should be accepted as conditional and potentially changing as more data are collected. Despite the low number of studies, the changes in species diversity and in ecosystem characteristics clearly show that these relationships are not linear with time, and each attribute has a different pattern of change linked to the characteristics of each stage.
These changes in the ecosystem are reflected in the total NPPvalues recorded with stand development-the highest total productivities measured during the end of the first stage, followed by a decrease in the stem exclusion stage when trees compete with one another for growing space, an increase in the understory reinitiation stage as the trees respond to gap openings, and finally a decrease in productivity to the lowest levels in the old-growth stage. Part of the increase in total productivity during the understory reinitiation stage reflects the increased dominance of western hemlock in Douglas fir stands.
This early contribution to the historical development of ideas on plant succession was important because it emphasized that communities are dynamic, and it stimulated significant research on this topic. However, this earlier research also created some major problems because it dominated how ecologists perceived plant community development for almost 40 years and suggested that communities changed in very identifiable and predictable ways, giving us an impression that it was easy to predict the direction of change in all plant communities.