7 edition of Causes and consequences of forest growth trends in Europe found in the catalog.
Causes and consequences of forest growth trends in Europe
|Statement||by Hans-Peter Kahle.|
|Series||European Forest Institute research report -- 21, Research report (European Forest Institute) -- 21.|
|LC Classifications||SD396 .K34 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008002430|
1. Introduction. Global forests are increasingly affected by land-use change, fragmentation, changing management objectives, and degradation. At the same time all forests, no matter how remote, are responding to changes in atmospheric composition especially increasing concentration of CO 2 and climate change. How these concurrent factors will affect future forests . Growing degree days correlate with the speed of forest recovery from pasture in the Amazon (9, 29) and increased plant growth in boreal forests (11, 25). Fig. 3 B shows that last frosts of winter have come earlier and first frosts of fall have come later in the SERC region over the last century, significantly increasing the length of the.
Human expansion throughout the world caused that agriculture is a dominant form of land management globally. Human influence on the land is accelerating because of rapid population growth and increasing food requirements. To stress the interactions between society and the environment, the driving forces (D), pressures (P), states (S), impacts (I), and . The warming climate of recent decades has led to further aridity of the Mongolian landscape and has had major effects on forest growth and wildfire oc.
Research Highlights: Validating modelling approach which combines global framework conditions in the form of climate and policy scenarios with the use of forest decision support system to assess climate change impacts on the sustainability of forest management. Background and Objectives: Forests and forestry have been confirmed to be sensitive to climate. On the other . A Case Study in the Eastern Swabian Alb, Germany.- Forest Decline and Growth Trends in Central Europe - a Review.- Long-Term Growth Trends of Trees: Ten Years of Dendrochronological Studies in France.- Growth Trends of Trees. Regional Study on Norway Spruce (Picea abies, [L.] Karst.) in the Swiss Jura.- Growth Trends of Swiss Forests: Tree .
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Causes and Consequences of Forest Growth Trends in Europe Forest growth in Europe has been increasing during the last decades. The possible causes suggested to explain this have been increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, improved temperature and precipitation climate, increasing nitrogen deposition and better management.
Causes and Consequences of Forest Growth Trends in Europe European Forest Institute Research Reports, Volume: 21; Editor: Hans-Peter Kahle. Forest growth in Europe has been increasing during the last decades. The possible causes suggested to explain this have been increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration, improved temperature and.
Causes and consequences of forest growth trends in Europe. [Hans-Peter Kahle;] Various causes have been suggested to explain forest growth in Europe. This book uses complementary approaches to discriminate between the importance of these factors. \/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Causes and consequences of forest growth.
Get this from a library. Causes and consequences of forest growth trends in Europe. [Hans-Peter Kahle;] -- Forest growth in Europe has been increasing during the last decades.
Several possible causes have been suggested. In this book complementary approaches are used to discriminate between factors. Causes and Consequences of Forest Growth Trends in Europe – Results of the RECOGNITION Project Book January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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European Forest Institute Research Reports, Volume: 21 E-Book ISBN: In the area of forest sustainability our most important activity has been the project "Growth trends of European forests", the re sults of which are presented in this book.
The project was started in August under the leadership of Prof. Heinrich Spiecker from the University of Freiburg, Germany, and it is one of the first EFI's. ABSTRACT Recent studies have shown that growth rates of Pinus sylvestris, Picea abies and Fagus sylvatica in Europe has increased.
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Causes and Consequences of Forest Growth Trends in Europe: Results of the Recognition Project. [Hans-Peter Kahle; Timo Karjalainen; Anette Schuck; Goran I Agren; Seppo Kellomaki; Karl Mellert; Jorg Prietzel; Karl-Eugen Rehfuess; Heinrich Spiecker] -- Forest growth in Europe has been increasing during the last decades.
The history of the forest in Central Europe is characterised by thousands of years of exploitation by people. Thus a distinction needs to be made between the botanical natural history of the forest in pre- and proto-historical times—which falls mainly into the fields of natural history and Paleobotany—and the onset of the period of sedentary settlement which began at the latest in.
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EEA Report No 05/, European Environment Agency. The growing conditions of urban trees differ substantially from forest sites and are mainly characterized by small planting pits with less water, nutrient and aeration availability, high temperatures and radiation inputs as well as pollution and soil compaction.
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This study thus analyses the scientific knowledge landscape on the causes and consequences. The major causes of deforestation is rapid population growth, which leads to an increase in the demand for crop and grazing land, wood for fuel and construction .
Lack of viable land use policy and corresponding law also aggravated the rate of. Request PDF | Frost and drought: effects of extreme weather events on stem carbon dynamics in a Mediterranean beech forest | The effects of short‐term extreme events.
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Although the Russian Federation accounts for over 80% of this forest area, EU forest cover averages 45% per country while EU 27 countries have average forest cover of %, amounting to million ha of forest.
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