1. Reduced dependence on imports
2. Increased domestic production and employment
3. Improved balance of trade
4. Greater control over the economy
1. Limited access to foreign goods and services
2. Higher costs of production due to lack of economies of scale
3. Reduced competition and innovation
4. Risk of isolationism and protectionism.
Glaciers, earthquakes, mudslides, and floods can impact a landscape and separate populations of the same species, causing them to evolve separately in a process called speciation. How does speciation impact the biodiversity of an ecosystem?
A.It increases biodiversity by increasing the number of species in an area.
B.It decreases the biodiversity by decreasing the amount of useable space.
C.Biodiversity remains unchanged since the original species has gone extinct.
D.Biodiversity remains unchanged because the number of individuals remains the same.
A. It increases biodiversity by increasing the number of species in an area.