Is moss important to a forests ecosystem?



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    Mosses are important both for the effects they have on the ecosystem and for their contribution of biodiversity. Mosses provide support for the landscape, protecting the soil from wind and water erosion. They play an important role in nitrogen fixation as well.

    Mosses also serve as indicators of other factors, such as the presence of air pollution and acid rain.

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