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Title Forests at the land-atmosphere interface / edited by M. Mencuccini [and others]
Published Oxon, UK ; Cambridge, MA : CABI Pub., [2004]
©2004
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 281 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Stomatal Control of Transpiration : a Major Dilemma 100 Years Ago / T.A. Mansfield -- Stomata as Part of the Soil-Plant-Atmosphere Continuum / R. Leuning, A. Tuzet and A. Perrier -- Effects of Elevated CO2 Concentration on Stomatal Conductance and Respiration of Beech Leaves in Darkness / D. Overdieck -- Top-down Models and Flux Measurements are Complementary Methods of Estimating Carbon Sequestration by Forests :Illustrations using the 3-PG model / J. Landsberg and R.H. Waring -- The Effects of Forests on Mesoscale Atmospheric Processes / A.J. Dolman, M.K. van der Molen, H.W. ter Maat and R.W.A. Hutjes -- The Diurnal Cycle over Land / A.K. Betts -- Medium- and Long-term Ecosystem Processes : Implications at the Forest-Atmosphere Interface / F. Berninger -- A MAESTRO Retrospective / B. Medlyn -- Thermal Radiation, Canopy Temperature and Evaporation from Forest Canopies / H.G. Jones, N. Archer and E. Rotenberg -- Forest-Air Exchange in Non-ideal Conditions : the Role of Horizontal Flux and its Divergence / X. Lee -- Review of Forest Evaporation Studies, Primarily in the United Kingdom / J.B. Stewart -- Scaling the Estimate of Maximum Canopy Conductance from Patch to Region and Comparison of Aircraft Measurements / Y.-P. Wang, R. Leuning, P. Isaac and G. Zhou -- Land Sinks : the Kyoto Process and Scientific Implications / M.G.R. Cannell -- Spatial and Temporal Assessment of Biospheric Carbon Fluxes at a Continental Scale by Neural-network Optimization / D. Papale and R. Valentini -- Scaling Carbon Uptake from Leaves to Canopies : Insights from Two Forests with Contrasting Properties / D. Whitehead, A.S. Walcroft, K.L. Griffin, D.T. Tissue, M.H. Turnbull, V. Engel, K.J. Brown and W.S.F. Schuster -- Links between Science and Forest Management, as Illustrated by a Model of Branch Development / J.C. Grace -- Thoughts on Forest Science / D.C. Malcolm
Summary "Forest ecosystems exist at the interface between the land and the atmosphere. Understanding the properties of this planetary boundary layer is very important for a number of related disciplines. This book presents an overview of many topics that are of significance at the interface, starting at the scale of intra-leaf organelles, ranging to higher levels of organization such as communities and ecosystems. It covers topics such as stomatal functioning, large-scale processes, radiation modelling, forest meteorology and carbon sequestration. Based on proceedings of a conference to mark the retirement of Professor Paul Jarvis from the University of Edinburgh, the book contains contributions from leading international scientists. It will be of significant interest to researchers in forestry, ecology, environmental sciences and natural resources."--Jacket
Notes Proceedings of a conference held in Edinburgh, September 2001
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Carbon sequestration -- Congresses.
Forest management -- Congresses.
Forest meteorology -- Congresses.
Stomata -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Mencuccini, M., (Maurizio)
LC no. 2003009468
ISBN 0851998690 (electronic bk.)
9780851998695 (electronic bk.)