Forest Diversity And Function

Author: Michael Scherer-Lorenzen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540265996
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The authors provide both extensive reviews of the existing literature and own datasets. The volume is ideally suited for researchers and practitioners involved in ecosystem management and the sustainable use of forest resources.

Diversity And Function In Mangrove Ecosystems

Author: Richard B Standiford
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401140782
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This text brings together some papers from two recent international symposia on the mangrove ecosystem. It provides an outline of future directions in mangrove research considered to be urgent by prominent mangrove scientists.

Discontinuities In Ecosystems And Other Complex Systems

Author: Craig R. Allen
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231516827
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A system's resilience is influenced by both within-scale and cross-scale diversity
of function. For example, the boreal forest's properties and patterns are
maintained by a set of processes involving an insect defoliator, the spruce
budworm, two species of trees, and avian predators of the budworm. The thirty-
five species of insectivorous birds are critical. They are distributed across five
body-mass clumps (Holling 1988). Species in the same clump are most likely to
compete with one ...

Sustainability And Diversity Of Forest Ecosystems

Author: Tohru Nakashizuka
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9784431732389
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function. losses. caused. by. monotonous. land. use. induce. crop. raiding. by.
wildlife. on. the. island. of. Yakushima,. southern. Japan. Received: 24 February
2006/ Accepted: 11 December 2006/Published online: 28 March 2007
Degradation and loss of forest land and land-use changes in. Ecol Res (2007) 22
: 390–402 DOI 10.1007/s11284-007-0358-z SPECIAL FEATURE Naoki
Agetsuma Sustainability and biodiversity of forest ecosystems: an
interdisciplinary approach Ó The ...

Forest Diversity And Management

Author: David L. Hawksworth
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402052081
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... Diversification, Domestication, Evenness, Rarefaction, lyi diversity profile,
Richness itract. Species diversity is a function of the number of species and the
evenness in the abundance he component species. We calculated diversity and
evenness profiles, which allowed comparing diversity and evenness of
communities. We applied the methodology to investigate differences iiversity
among the main functions of trees on western Kenyan farms. Many use-groups (
all :s and species that ...

Monitoring With Lichens Monitoring Lichens

Author: Pier Luigi Nimis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401004234
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Pier Luigi Nimis, Christoph Scheidegger, Patricia A. Wolseley. MONITORING
ESSEEN” and P. NEITLICH2 'Department of Botany, University of Wisconsin, 430
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Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umeå University, SE-901 87
Umeå, Sweden (Per-Anders.

Towards Forest Sustainability

Author: David Lindenmayer
ISBN: 0643100059
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Scientists in the United States have become increasingly involved at many levels
in the movement toward sustaining biodiversity within managed forest
landscapes. Much of this effort (but not all) has been directed to federal lands.
From an ecological standpoint, the challenge is precisely that facing basic
ecology: to better understand the relationship between structure and function at a
variety of spatial and temporal scales. In forestry that strives to maintain diversity
and functional ...