1 edition of Processes of Vegetation Change found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Colin J. Burrows|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (551 pages)|
|Number of Pages||551|
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Comprising papers presented by the British Geomorphological Research Group in , the primary focus of this monograph is the interaction between the processes of erosion, with particular reference to the role of vegetation, and geomorphology. The book has an introductory chapter followed by a section on climate change, a section on impacts on glaciers and hydrology, and a section on vegetation dynamics. Each section has several chapters presenting key concepts, major drivers and key processes of environmental change in the Himalayan region from different :
This book presents research on precipitation partitioning processes in vegetated ecosystems, putting them into a global context. It describes the processes by which meteoric water comes into contact with the vegetation's canopy, typically the first surface contact of precipitation on land. Forests cover about 47% of the Northwest (NW–Washington, Oregon, and Idaho) (Smith et al. , fig. , table ). The impacts of current and future climate change on NW forest ecosystems are a product of the sensitivities of ecosystem processes to climate and the degree to which humans depend on and interact with those systems. Forest ecosystem structure and .
Evolving from years of teaching experience by one of the top experts in vegetation ecology, Data Analysis in Vegetation Ecology aims to explain the background and basics of mathematical (mainly multivariate) analysis of vegetation data. The book lays out the basic operations involved in the analysis, the underlying hypotheses, aims and points of views. About this book. Comprehensive edition of Plant Strategies and Vegetative Processes first published in Contains a new section on ecosystem properties as well as discussing the various strategies in plant ecology and vegetation processes.
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This book is about ideas on the nature and causes of temporal change in the species composition of vegetation. In particular it examines the diverse processes of inter action of plants with their environment, and with one another, through which the species composition of vegetation becomes established.
This book is about ideas on the nature and causes of temporal change in the species composition of vegetation. In particular it examines the diverse processes of inter action of plants with their environment, and with one another, through which the species composition of vegetation becomes : Paperback.
Chapter 7 is about the patterns of vegetation change which occur in severe habitats around the world, and Chapter 8 discusses wetlands. The final chapter, Chap draws the diverse themes together into a unified theoretical structure by which the vegetation change phenomena may be understood.
Fluctuations and cycles.- Problems with the succession concept.- 13 On the theory of vegetation change.- Important recent vegetation change literature.- Holism versus reductionism.- Problems with ideas on 'succession to climax'.- Problems with ideas on stability and 'climax'.- 'Kinetic' ideas on vegetation dynamics.- Formulating a theory of.
Now in full colour, this much-awaited new edition of the book Plants and Vegetation provides a fresh and comprehensive approach to plant ecology. Keddy's clear and engaging text emphasises unifying underlying principles and processes, taking a global approach to the subject and engaging students in essential concepts through real-world examples/5(3).
Plant Strategies, Vegetation Processes, and Ecosystem Properties, Second Edition, is a thoroughly updated and comprehensive new edition of the very successful Plant Strategies and Vegetative Processes, which controversially proposed the existence of widely-recurring plant functional types with predictable relationships to vegetation structure and Author: J.
Philip Grime. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Covering ideas on the nature and causes of temporal change in the species composition of vegetation, this book examines in particular the diverse processes of interaction of plants with their environment and with one another, through which the species composition of vegetation becomes established.
Abstract. We may now examine in more detail the causes of vegetation changes, chiefly through experiments or observations which ecologists have carried out on the redevelopment of forest vegetation in eastern North America after forest by: Processes of Vegetation Change (Studies; ) by Burrows, C.
Springer, Paperback. Used; Acceptable. Printed date Fast Dispatch. Expedited UK Delivery Available. Excellent Customer Service. Bookbarn International Inventory # Plant Strategies, Vegetation Processes, and EcosystemProperties, Second Edition, is a thoroughly updated andcomprehensive new edition of the very successful PlantStrategies and Vegetative Processes, which controversiallyproposed the existence of widely-recurring plant functional typeswith predictable relationships to vegetation structure anddynamics.
In particular, we expected that multiyear mowing, as opposed to vegetation successional processes, drove species turnover from competitive to.
Vegetation is an assemblage of plant species and the ground cover they provide. It is a general term, without specific reference to particular taxa, life forms, structure, spatial extent, or any other specific botanical or geographic characteristics.
It is broader than the term flora which refers to species composition. Perhaps the closest synonym is plant community, but vegetation can. The final section, entitled ‘From population dynamics to vegetation dynamics’, presents a synthesis of the subject relating vegetation change to ecological processes operating over a range of spatial and temporal scales.
Despite the efforts of the editor, the book reads like the proceedings of a : S. Waite. Expansive changes in tundra and boreal vegetation can have significant implications for physical and ecological processes, as well as impacts on communities.
Vegetation change that alters land surface darkness influences albedo and surface energy balance. Greening and browning associated with shifts. Title: Holocene book reviews: Processes of vegetation change: Authors: Whittaker, Robert J.
Publication: The Holocene, vol. 1, issue 2, pp. The book has an introductory chapter followed by a sectionon climate change, a section on impacts on glaciers and hydrology, and asection on vegetation dynamics. Each section has several chapters presentingkey concepts, major drivers and key processes of environmental change in the Himalayan region from different perspectives.
At the same time, soil biota are very sensitive to changes in soil environment and vegetation that may by triggered by ongoing climate change. Consequently, changes in composition and biomass of soil biota may feed back to changes in many ecosystem processes, which may affect overall ecosystem response to climate change.
vegetation types and habitats within the network of protected areas. These results are then discussed in order to establish how a proper strategy of vegetation management can help to preserve the high species richness of such a cultural landscape.
The book has an introductory chapter followed by a section on climate change, a section on impacts on glaciers and hydrology, and a section on vegetation dynamics. Each section has several chapters presenting key concepts, major drivers and key processes of environmental change in the Himalayan region from different : Springer International Publishing.
Plant Strategies, Vegetation Processes, and Ecosystem Properties Article (PDF Available) in Plant Science (4) September with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Results highlight information on land cover change processes such as vegetation dynamics and deforestation.
These are discussed within the context of the drivers of changes to the natural ecosystem—their potential impact on land availability for human activities such as agriculture and logging for timber and fire wood production on the one.Biodiversity & Vegetation: Patterns, Processes, Conservation Ladislav Mucina, Jodi N.
Price and Jesse M. Kalwij (editors)File Size: 8MB.nature of vegetation is controlled by a combination of these two processes (along with other factors, such a climate).
A simple ‘either/or’ approach (i.e. top–down or bottom–up) can be a useful starting point for organising one’s ideas but applied too simplistically to a complex system, such as vegetation, it is ultimately likely to con-Cited by: