invasion–succession model A theoretical construct, setting out the sequence of competitive social actions by which a human group or social activity comes to occupy and dominate a territory, formerly dominated by another group or activity. See also CONCENTRIC ZONE THEORY; ECOLOGY; HUMAN ECOLOGY; URBAN ECOLOGY.
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