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01.Ecology of Hierarchical Landscapes: From Theory to Application
02.Endangered Species: New Research
03.Progress in Environmental Microbiology
04.Grassland Biodiversity: Habitat Types, Ecological Processes and Environmental Impacts
05.Pelagic Sharks, Fisheries Management and Conservation: Past, Present, and Future
06.Ecological Economics Research Trends
07.Forest Fires: Detection, Suppression and Prevention
08.New Research on Forest Ecology
09.Water Quality: Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics
10.Wildlife: Destruction, Conservation and Biodiversity
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Editors: Archibald K. Scaggs
Book Description:
Forest ecology includes within its scope the components and functions of forest ecosystems -- a community of organisms interacting with each other and with their physical environment. Forest ecosystems, which consist of bacteria, plants, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, soil, water and air, differ from other ecosystems in that they are dominated by trees and other woody vegetation. Each of these components plays an important role in the function and health of the forest. This book presents important new research in the field.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Foliar Nutrient Resorption in Tree Species; pp. 1-32 (Adrian Ares, Weyerhauser Co., USA and Sean M. Gleason, Monash Univ., Australia)

Chapter 2. Ectomyocorrhizal Inoculation of Fast Growing Tree Species in the Tropics: Potential Benefits in Sustainable Rehabilitation of Degraded Soils; pp. 33-50
(Robin Duponnois and Antoine Galiana, LStM, France)

Chapter 3. Functional Roles of Soil Arthropods in Forest Ecosystem;
pp. 51-60
(B.M. Sharma, J.N.V. Univ., India)

Chapter 4. Influence of Microhabitat on survival of Colophospermum mopane Seeds and Seedlings in a Semi-arid African Savanna;
pp. 61-78
(Donald Mlambo, Petros Nyathi and Eddie Mwenje, National Univ. of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe)

Chapter 5. The Role of Vegetation Structure, Topography of the Terrain and Species' Preferred Foraging Substrate Determining the Seasonality of a Forestal Bird Community. An Example with Iberian Scots Pinewoods; pp. 79-100
(Leticia Díaz Álvarez, CSIC, Spain)

Chapter 6. Diagnosing Tropical Forests Through Remote Sensing; pp. 101-127
(Simone R. Freitas, UFF, Brazil and Yosio E. Shimabukuro, INPE, Brazil)

Chapter 7. Relationships between Metabolizable Energy and Chemical Parameters from Forest Fruits using a Parallel Genetic Algorithm Worldwide Model; pp. 129-140
(D. Patón, A. Salvado and F. Venegas, Univ. of Extremadura, Spain)

Chapter 8. Self-Thinning and Stand Dynamics of Even-Aged Pure Stands of Sugi; pp. 141-186
(Cryptomeria japonica) and Hinoki Cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) (Kazuharu Ogawa, Nagoya Univ., Japan)

Chapter 9. Logging and Wildlife on Non-Industrial Private Forestlands in Virginia; pp. 187-206
(Todd S. Fredericksen, Ferrum College, USA)

Chapter 10. Adaptive Regeneration Traits and Habitat in Cercidiphyllum japonicum to Riparian Disturbances in the Chichibu Mountains, Central Japan; pp. 207-246
(Masako Kubo, Yamanashi Forest Research Institute, Japan, Hitoshi Sakio, Saitama Prefecture Agriculture and Forestry Research Center, Japan and Koji Shimano et al., Shinshu Univ., Japan)


   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-434-9
   Status: AV
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