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sere

(sîr)
n.
The entire sequence of ecological communities successively occupying an area from the initial stage to the climax.
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sere

a plant SUCCESSION; a progression of plant communities with time.
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In her four years at the academy, she's participated in the soaring, combat survival training and cadet summer research programs; worked as a cadet trainer and element clerk: participated in Operation Air Force at an active duty base in Florida; helped run basic cadet training during the summers; and stayed active in the cadet chorale and the cadets advocating sexual integrity and education program.
Alex Neumann, an MC-130 Combat Talon II pilot, had previously been through desert and rain forest combat survival training. "Your environment can really change what you need to survive," he said of his first jungle survival training.
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