School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences - Research Publications
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Predicted consequences of increased rainfall variability on soil carbon stocks in a semiarid environment
Research on the impacts of climate change on soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks has focused on the effects of changes in average climate, but the potential effects of increased climate variability, including more frequent ...
Veneer processing of Acacia and Eucalyptus plantations in Vietnam.
(Academy of Wood Science, 2013)
Recognising fuzzy vegetation pattern: the spatial prediction of floristically defined fuzzy communities using species distribution modelling methods
QuestionPlant communities are not necessarily spatially exclusive; a point in space can exhibit properties of multiple communities. Such variation can be described using floristically defined 'fuzzy' units, however these ...
Climate change impacts and adaptation in forest management: a review
(SPRINGER FRANCE, 2015-03-01)
Adaptation of forest management to climate change requires an understanding of the effects of climate on forests, industries and communities; prediction of how these effects might change over time; and incorporation of ...
Alf Leslie: the skeptical forest economist
(Ian Ferguson, 2006)
This book reflects a critical review and synthesis of economic and related literature pertaining to forestry and forest management by a long-time forester, teacher of forest economics, UN administrator, and forest policy ...
Extraordinary drought of 2003 overrules ozone impact on adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica)
The extraordinary drought during the summer of 2003 in Central Europe allowed to examine responses of adult beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) to co-occurring stress by soil moisture deficit and elevated O3 levels under forest ...
Internal conductance to CO2 transfer of adult Fagus sylvatica: variation between sun and shade leaves and due to free-air ozone fumigation
Abstract not available due to copyright.
Detecting Extinction Risk from Climate Change by IUCN Red List Criteria
Anthropogenic climate change is a key threat to global biodiversity. To inform strategic actions aimed at conserving biodiversity as climate changes, conservation planners need early warning of the risks faced by different ...