D is for Disturbance

In my research I use the word 'post-disturbance' a lot. 'Post-disturbance hydrology', or 'post-disturbance snow accumulation and melt', or 'post-disturbance forest structure'. It's one of those hyphenated words that sounds good in a journal article, but what does it actually mean when we take it out of the academic realm and into the real world?

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