One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An enduring climax whose composition (in relation to the climax that would otherwise have been expected) has been altered by disturbance such as human activity, livestock grazing, or natural disaster.
1930s; earliest use found in Frederic Edward Clements (1874–1945). From dis- + climax.
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