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short-term study of the faunal associations in old white pine ecosystems
|Statement||I.D. Thompson ... [et al.].|
|Series||Forest fragmentation and biodiversity project -- rept. no. 21|
|Contributions||Thompson, I. D. 1949-, Ontario Forest Research Institute., Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.O43 S56 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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A short-term study. The study of sub-fossil beetles has highlighted the scale of these environmental but there is also a community characteristic of areas of old pine forest, Speight () highlights the faunal effects of the disappearance of pine from the Irish landscape, where only a fraction of saproxylics characteristic of this habitat is found on the Cited by: Justin H White, Jeremy M Smith, Scott D Bassett, Jessi L Brown, Zachary E Ormsby, Raptor nesting locations along an urban density gradient in the Great Basin, USA, Urban Ecosystems, /sy, 21, 1, (), ().Cited by: Black carbon is a short-term atmospheric pollutant emitted from incomplete combustion of carbonaceous fuels from industrial sources such as diesel engines and from open biomass burning associated with wildfires and prescribed fires for rangeland, forests, and cropland management.
In a similar study project by Mason, the response of wildlife populations to prescribed burning in pinyon-juniper woodlands was examined in the White Pine Ranger District of the Humboldt National Forest, Nevada. Details about the severity and time of year that the. The study includes individual BCP trees.
Fifty trees were sampled from each site; 25 trees strip-bark and 25 whole-bark. Of each group only trees that are years old or more are used in the study to adequately cover a length of time where the juvenile growth effect is not changing the climate signal in the individual tree's series.
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An illustration of text ellipses. This book is about paleoenvironmental reconstruction founded on analysis and interpretation of evidence extracted from faunal remains. Despite its multiple syllables, paleoenvironmental reconstruction is something of a shorthand term for determining or (more typically) estimating what ancient climates, floras, habitats, ecologies, and the like were, if and how they differed from the present.
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Data from a long-term study of elevated CO2 impacts on Florida Scrub Oak and a Chesapeake Bay wetland in Maryland, USA, shows increased growth of roots and shoots, and gas exchange studies indicate a strong interaction between climate factors and CO2 fertilization with high inter-annual variation in all factors due to variation in precipitation.
The storage of carbon in forest ecosystems has received special attention in the Kyoto protocol of the Climate Convention, which attempts to equilibrate fossil fuel emissions with biological sinks.
This volume quantifies carbon storage in managed forest ecosystems. Restoring fire-adapted forested ecosystems-research in longleaf pine on the Kisatchie National Forest. Restoring fire-adapted forested ecosystems-research in longleaf pine on the Kisatchie National Forest.
GTR-PSW U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 19 p. Haywood, J.D. 1 Jack pine. 16 Aspen. 17 Pin cherry. 18 Paper birch. 20 White pine-northern red oak-red maple. 37 Northern white-cedar. 39 Black ash-American elm-red maple.
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