why is moss important to an ecosystem?



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    Moss is important to the ecosystem for a variety of reasons.  Moss is used to help with erosion as an aid to moisture control and stabilizing soil from being wind blown or washed away by water.  In arctic and subarctic regions, moss symbionts provides nitrogen fixation for the ecosystem.  Moss also is well known as a bioindicator of air pollution and indicator of acid rain damage to ecosystems. 

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