6 edition of Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes found in the catalog.
February 18, 2002 by Cambridge University Press .
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Book Reviews Ecology, 83(11), , pp. â by the Ecological Society of America Frelich, Lee E. Forest dynamics and disturbance regimes: studies from temperate evergreen-deciduous forests. Cambridge Studies in Ecology. Cambridge University Press, New York. viii p. $, ISBN signed to remove some . Many areas of the forest had the characteristics of open wood‐pasture dominated by large, complex gaps being maintained under a regime of chronic disturbance. In these areas, several characteristics of the gap dynamics indicated that regeneration was restricted and this may be attributable to spatially‐focused overgrazing by large herbivores. Book Chapter Complex Historical Disturbance Regimes Shape Forest Dynamics Across a Seasonal Tropical Landscape in Western Thailand Patrick J Baker, Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin, MM Amoroso, LD Daniels, PJ Baker, JJ CamareroCited by: 3.
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This book considers these disturbances and consequent issues such as recovery from disturbance, the changing composition of tree species within the forest and the formation of mosaics of different forest types across the landscape. The book is based on case studies from the forests in the Lake States of the USA (Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan).Author: Lee E.
Frelich. This book provides a major contribution to the study of their dynamics by considering three important themes: • The combined influence of wind, fire and herbivory on the successional trajectories and structural characteristics of forests • The interaction of deciduous and evergreen tree species to form mosaics which, in turn, influence the environment and disturbance regime • The significance of temporal and spatial scale with regard to the overall impact of disturbances Cited by: The use of dendrochronological data to reconstruct stand dynamics is a common approach in forest science   .
Tree rings are effective indicators of forest disturbance regimes. This book provides a major contribution to the study of their dynamics by considering three important themes: * The combined influence of wind, fire and herbivory on the successional trajectories and structural characteristics of forests * The interaction of deciduous and evergreen tree species to form mosaics which, in turn, influence the environment and disturbance regime * The significance of temporal and spatial scale with regard to the overall impact of disturbances 4/5(1).
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Abstract: The eight chapters of this book cover the natural and settlement history of the forests in the deciduous-to-boreal forest transition Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes book of the Lake States (Minnesota minnesota Subject Category: Geographic Cited by: Anthropogenic disturbances and land use changes are the main drivers of forest dynamics.
• Regimes of natural Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes book (avalanches, fires, wind, insects) are masked by human impacts. • Specific and genetic diversity (e.g., trailing edges) are an important source of resilience and adaptive by: Forests of the Apennines are characterised by high canopy cover and high tree species diversity (being at the interface between two major climatic zones of Europe), and provide important ecosystem functions to millions of people.
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Buy Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes: Studies from Temperate Evergreen-Deciduous Forests (Cambridge Studies in Ecology) by Frelich, Lee E. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Free UK delivery on eligible orders. Temperate-zone forests are being shaped continuously by wind, fire and grazing.
This book considers these disturbances and consequent issues such as recovery from disturbance, the changing composition of tree species within the forest and the formation of mosaics of different forest types across the landscape.
Summary: Temperate-zone forests are being shaped continuously by wind, fire and grazing. This book considers these disturbances and consequent issues such as recovery from disturbance, the changing composition of tree species within the forest and the formation of mosaics of different forest types across the landscape.
In this fast-growing field, tree rings are used to investigate forest development and succession, disturbance regimes, ecotone and treeline dynamics and forest decline.
This book of global scope highlights state-of-the-science dendroecological contributions to paradigm-shifts in our understanding of ecophysiology, stand dynamics, disturbance interactions, forest decline and ecosystem resilience to global environmental change and is fundamental to better managing our forested ecosystems.
disturbance regimes and interactions among disturbances will inﬂuence unknown Great Lakes region of the world warrants a book on forest dynamics. Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes: Studies from Temperate Evergreen-Deciduous Forests (Cambridge Studies in Ecology) eBook: Lee E. Frelich: : Kindle Store.
Table 1. Summary of the different natural forest disturbance regimes and subtypes found in boreal and temperate forests (based on DyrenkovOliver and LarsenAngelstama). Disturbance regimes and subtypes Type of disturbance Succession stand initiation young middle-aged mature ageing old-growth Cohort dynamics.
This chapter focuses on the dynamics of old-growth tropical forests and the legacies of different types of disturbances on their present structure and floristic composition. Natural disturbance regimes interact with anthropogenic disturbance to influence forest composition and : Robin L.
Chazdon. post-disturbance dynamics in New Zealand (NZ) forests, encompassing large temporal and spatial scales.
We review NZ forest disturbance regimes, focussing primarily on geological and geomorphic disturbances and weather-related disturbances but also considering the role of anthropogenic disturbance in shaping present-day NZ forests. Natural distrubance and patch dynamics: an introduction.
Patch dynamics in nature. Disturbance regimes in temperate forests. Stand dynamics in chilean Nothofagus forests. Treefalls, regrowth, and community structure in tropical forests.
Gap processes and large-scale disturbances in sand prairies. Shrubland fire regimes and their evolutionary consequences. Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes: Studies from Temperate Evergreen–Deciduous Forests King, Sammy L. Volumes of literature have been written on forest disturbance; however, only a few syntheses have been published.
At first glance of the title, I was concerned that Frelich’s book would be so regionally focused that. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Assessment of a model of forest dynamics under contrasting climate and disturbance regimes in the Pacific Northwest by Richard Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Disturbance regimes include disturbances (i.e., events) at many intensities and scales, from the death of a single dominant tree to a catastrophic forest fire to volcanic eruptions and impacts by comets, all of which are embedded within climatic cycles that may span decades to millions of.
natural disturbance regime. Natural disturbance regimes are considered to be a type of “gold standard” against which to compare harvesting, since it is widely presumed that the natural regime was able to maintain productivity and biodiversity of forests Natural Disturbances and Forest Management: Interacting Patterns on the LandscapeFile Size: 3MB.
Reducing disturbance in bamboo forest management strategies should be actively taken up to improve the SOC, and maintain sustainable development in the forest industry. Full article (This article belongs to the Special Issue Forest Carbon Dynamics under Changing Climate and Disturbance Regimes).
Temperate deciduous forests in Monsoon Asia are classified into three forest types which differ in floristic composition, dynamics and disturbance regime. The cool temperate mixed deciduous broadleaf/conifer forest, dominated by Quercus spp.
(mainly Q. mongolica or Q. crispula) and conifers, is distributed in northern parts of the temperate by: emulate forest conditions produced by natural disturbance regimes.
Finally we eval-uate the strengths and weaknesses of using disturbance-based management in each of these forest types and identify lessons that may be useful for forest managers in other regions of the world. Disturbance-Based Forest Management Concepts Managing the Cited by: Data at landscape scales but of fine resolution would, however, facilitate investigation into a range of ecological questions relating to gap dynamics.
These include whether canopy disturbances captured in permanent sample plots (PSPs) are representative of those in their surrounding landscape, and whether disturbance regimes vary with forest type.
Forest disturbances are events that cause change in the structure and composition of a forest ecosystem, beyond the growth and death of individual organisms.
Disturbances can vary in frequency and intensity, and include natural disasters such as fire, landslides, wind, volcanic eruptions, rare meteor impacts, outbreaks of insects, fungi, and other pathogens, animal.
CORDILLERAN FOREST SCALING DYNAMICS AND DISTURBANCE REGIMES QUANTIFIED BY AERIAL LIDAR. Tyson L. Swetnam _____ A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the. SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements. For the Degree of. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY.
In the Graduate CollegeCited by: 4. Cambridge Studies in Ecology: Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes: Studies from Temperate Evergreen-Deciduous Forests by Lee E.
Frelich (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product. Forest disturbances are sensitive to climate. However, our understanding of disturbance dynamics in response to climatic changes remains incomplete, particularly regarding large-scale patterns Cited by: Tropical Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes.
Overview. Disturbance Regimes in Tropical Forest Regions. Gap Dynamics and the Forest Growth Cycle. Detection of Tropical Forest Disturbance. Are Old-Growth Tropical Forests Stable. Conclusion. Chapter 5. Successional Pathways and Forest Transformations.
Long-term ecological research is particularly valuable for understanding disturbance dynamics over long time periods and placing those dynamics in a regional context.
We highlighted three case studies from Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network sites that have contributed to understanding the causes and consequences of disturbance in Cited by: Natural disturbance and patch dynamics: an introduction / P.S.
White, S.T.A. Pickett -- Disturbance regimes in temperate forests / James R. Runkle -- Stand Dynamics in Chilean Nothofagus forests / Thomas T.
Veblen -- Treefalls, regrowth, and community structure in tropical forests / Nicholas V.L. Brokaw -- Gap processes and large-scale Pages: Free Online Library: Forest dynamics across three century-length disturbance regimes in the Illinois Ozark hills.(Report) by "The American Midland Naturalist"; Biological sciences Earth sciences Disturbance (Ecology) Control Forest development Management Forest management Models Forestry projects.
Book reviews Frelich, L.E. Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes — Studies from temperate evergreen-deciduous forests. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Price: USD The fact that recurring disturbances of various types are a key element in the ecology of most vegetation types in NorthCited by: 1.
In addition, partial disturbances that remove 20% to 50% of the canopy, but do not reset the stand to the initiation stage of development, have a large influence on forest dynamics in areas with wind-and-gap types of regimes, and stands hit by such disturbances have relatively high light levels for a few decades after disturbance Disturbance of a fire can clearly be seen by comparing the unburnt (left) and burnt (right) sides of the mountain range in South Africa.
The veld ecosystem relies on periodic fire disturbances like these to rejuvenate itself. In ecology, a disturbance is a temporary change in environmental conditions that causes a pronounced change in an ecosystem. Tropical forests undergo a panoply of natural disturbances occurring on multiple—and often interacting—spatial and temporal scales.
First, the disturbance regimes of tropical forests are largely defined by a process known as gap-phase dynamics (Fig. When a cluster of trees falls, the newly formed gap is infiltrated by light-harvesting Cited by: Changing disturbance regimes, ecological memory, and forest resilience ecological memory on post-disturbance dynamics imply that contingencies (effects that cannot be pre - disturbance regimes rather than individual disturbance events (Keeley etal.
In. Title: Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes. Studies from Temperate Evergreen-Deciduous Forests: Authors: Cropper, Wendell P., Jr. Publication.Assessment of a model of forest dynamics under contrasting climate and disturbance regimes in the Pacific Northwest Richard T.
Busing and Allen M. Solomon Abstract An individual-based model of forest dynamics (FORCLIM) was tested for its ability to simulate forest composition and structure in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.The effects of disturbances on forest carbon are not well quantified and have a potentially important impact on the amount of carbon stored in forest systems, and on the carbon exchanged between forest and atmosphere.
Stand-replacing disturbances may contribute to changing the course of forest dynamics, and therefore of forest carbon.