Physiological Ecology Of Forest Production

Author: J. J. Landsberg
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780080922546
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This book discusses the basic physiological processes that determine the growth of plants, the way they are affected by environmental factors and how we can improve processes that are well-understood such as growth from leaf to stand level ...

The Physiological Ecology Of Woody Plants

Author: Theodore Thomas Kozlowski
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Ecol. Maange. 14, 159-273. Lorio, P. L., Jr., and Sommers, R. A. (1986). Evidence
of competition for photosynthates between growth processes and oleoresin
synthesis in Pinus taeda L. Tree Physiol. 2, 301-306. Lorio, P. L., Jr., Sommers,
R. A., Blanche, C. A., Hodges, J. D., and Nebeker, T. E. (1990). Modeling the
resistance to bark beetles based on growth and differentiation balance principles.
In "Process Modeling of Forest Growth Responses to Environmental Stress" (
R. K. Dixon, ...

Advancing Toward Closed Models Of Forest Ecosystems

Author: Merrill R. Kaufmann
Publisher: Heron Pub
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Coniferous forest. In Vegetation and the Atmosphere, Vol. 2, Case Studies. Ed
J.L. Monteith. Academic Press, London, pp 171-240. Jarvis, P.G. and J.W.
Leverenz. 1983. Productivity of temperate, deciduous and evergreen forests. In
Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology, New ... Physiological ecology of forest
production. Academic Press, London, 198 p. ... Performance analysis of a
process-based stand growth model using Monte Carlo techniques. Scand. J. For.
Res. 3:3l5-33l. Makela, A.

Multiresource Management Of Ponderosa Pine Forests

Author: Aregai Tecle
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14-16, 1989, Flagstaff, Arizona Aregai Tecle, W. Wallace Covington, R. H. Hamre,
Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) ...
USES OF THE MODEL AIRSILVA will be used to simulate three areas of
ecosystem functioning; the hydrological balance, nitrogen cycling, and carbon
cycling, and the effects these processes have on the species composition and
size structure. The model will have the ... Physiological ecology of forest
production. Academic ...

Process Modeling Of Forest Growth Responses To Environmental Stress

Author: Robert K. Dixon
Publisher: Timber Press (OR)
ISBN: 9780881921526
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These results are contrary to the model's prediction and are due in part to the
proximity of the resin supply in the latewood of 1984. This phenomenon is due to
slow cambial growth caused by early and rapid depletion of soil water, even
though soil water storage was still relatively high (Moehring and Ralston, 1967;
Lorio and Hodges, 1971). In agreement with the model, resin yield in 1985
declined with continued earlywood production and then increased for several
weeks following ...

General Technical Report Rm

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USES OF THE MODEL AIRSILVA will be used to simulate three areas of
ecosystem functioning; the hydrological balance, nitrogen cycling, and carbon
cycling, and the effects these processes have on the species composition and
size structure. The model will have the ability to investigate how these processes
influence species succession, and how the shift in species composition
influences the underlying ecosystem processes. AIRSILVA ... Physiological
ecology of forest production.

Canadian Journal Of Forest Research

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Because of the approach taken, the results have been incorporated into a
management decision making process, providing information that was otherwise
not included in regular empirical trials. References Aber ... Predicting the effects
of climate change on water yield and forest production in the northeastern United
States. Clim. ReS. ... Importance of needle age and shoot structure on canopy net
photosynthesis of balsam fir (Abies balsamea): a spatially inexplicit modeling
analysis.

Forests In Our Changing World

Author: Joe Landsberg
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 161091497X
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This book is a useful guide for undergraduates as well as managers, administrators, and policy makers in environmental organizations and governmagencies looking for a clear overview of basic forest processes and pragmatic suggestions for ...

The Forestry Chronicle

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to management activities and natural disturbances, much more infomiation on
physiological processes is needed. In closing. we note that Kramer (1956) stated,
“the principle role of plant physiology in forestry is to assist foresters to
understand why trees behave as they do under particular environmental
conditions." The scale and complexity of some of the questions being asked by
forest managers have changed, and now needs to include many forest plant
species, not just trees.