Are hurricanes ecologically beneficial in any way?

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    They are, actually. Hurricanes can benefit the ecosystem, aquifer, coral reefs, barrier islands, and the piping plover.

    This bird nests in sandy beach stretches. If too much grows on the beach, the piping plover can’t nest, which prohibits them from being able to nest. They are already a threatened species. However, hurricanes help create habitat conditions necessary for them to mate.

    Hurricanes also can transfer water from the tropics northward, bringing water to drought-ridden places and bringing fresh water to polluted places.

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