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Genetics of forest ecosystems

Klaus Stern

Genetics of forest ecosystems

by Klaus Stern

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Published by Springer in Berlin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Klaus Stern [and] Laurence Roche.
SeriesEcologicalstudies -- Vol.6
ContributionsRoche, Laurence.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15273586M
ISBN 103540060952

The genetic diversity is of fundamental function for the stability of forest ecosystems. Thus adequate measures on gene conservation are very important. We will cover this topic with a specific.   David A. Perry is a professor of ecosystem studies at Oregon State University. He is lead editor of Maintaining Long-Term Productivity of Pacific Northwest Oren is a professor of ecology and chair of the Environmental Sciences and Policy Division of the Nichols School of the Environment and Earth Sciences at Duke n C. Hart is a professor at Northern Brand: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Research normally focuses on forest and related ecosystems. Faculty in Forests: Biology, Ecology, Conservation and Management. View a list of faculty. Sample Coursework. The NRSM program does not prescribe specific coursework to its students, beyond our orientation course (NR ) and a one-credit seminar (NR ). It consists of all the biotic and abiotic factors in an area and their interactions. Ecosystems can vary in size. A lake could be considered an ecosystem. So could a dead log on a forest floor. Both the lake and log contain a variety of species that interact with each other and with abiotic factors.

Established in by the USDA Forest Service, the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest is a 7,acre northern hardwood forest situated within the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. It is home to the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study, which was founded in and is one of the longest running and most comprehensive ecosystem studies.   I especially enjoyed the chapters on disturbance in forest ecosystems as it relates to composition and structure. The chapter on biodiversity and how to maintain it -- is crucial. The book covers a number of other essential topics including genetics, .


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It is hoped that this book will to some extent redress the balance, and draw attention to a body of published work which not only provides a basis for the rational management and conservation of forest ecosystems, but also complements the literature of ecological genetics and evolution.

It is hoped that this book will to some extent redress the balance, and draw attention to a body of published work which not only provides a basis for the rational management and conservation of forest ecosystems, but also complements the literature of ecological genetics and by: The subject matter of this book is not, however, confined to natural forest ecosystems.

Forest ecosystems under varying degrees of management, and man­ made forests are also a rich source of information on ecological genetics. Genetics of forest ecosystems book Ecosystems.- 1. A General Model of Evolution Including Evolution of Ecosystems.- 2.

Two Main Axioms of Coevolution in Ecosystems.- a) Competing Species.- b) Coevolution of Host - Parasite Systems.- 3. Three Principal Types of Forest Ecosystems.- a) Forest Ecosystems in the Humid Tropics and Subtropics.- b) Forest Ecosystems in the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stern, Klaus, Genetics of forest ecosystems.

Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Forest Ecosystems is a detailed and easy to read text discussing the many attributes of understanding the interconnectedness of ecosystems. An outstanding read for anyone interested in sustainability or preserving our natural environment (not just our forests).

Highly recommended/5(14). Cite this chapter as: Stern K., Roche L. () Forest Ecosystems. In: Genetics of Forest Ecosystems. Ecological Studies (Analysis and Synthesis), vol 6.

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Basic ecological concepts are stressed throughout, at scales ranging from the global to the microscopic 4/5(1). Forest Ecosystems is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing scientific communications from any discipline that can provide interesting contributions about the structure and dynamics of "natural" and "domesticated" forest ecosystems, and their services to people.

The journal welcomes innovative science as well as application oriented work that will enhance understanding of woody plant. This book is a valuable resource for foresters, professional tree breeders, and those with or without previous training in genetics or forestry.

Show less Introduction to Forest Genetics examines some of the basic genetic concepts typically used in forestry and tree improvement studies, including Mendelian and population genetics. Designed for advanced students of forest science, ecology, and environmental studies, it is also an essential reference for forest ecologists, foresters, and land managers.

The Outstanding Academic Title, ChoiceThis acclaimed textbook is the most comprehensive available in the field of forest ecology. Forest genetics. The subdiscipline of genetics concerned with genetic variation and inheritance in forest trees. The study of forest genetics is important because of the unique biological nature of forest trees (large, long-lived plants covering 30% of the Earth's surface) and because of the trees' social and economic importance.

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The different forests include the deciduous forests, the coniferous forests and even the tropical forests. These forests are homes to many different types of. Trees are the foundation species of forest ecosystems and many of the world’s 60 tree species are also an important component in other ecosystems, such as savannas and agricultural landscapes.

Most tree species have high levels of genetic diversity, offering great potential for increasing the production of both wood and non-wood forest.

Forest ecosystem. The entire assemblage of organisms (trees, shrubs, herbs, bacteria, fungi, and animals, including people) together with their environmental substrate (the surrounding air, soil, water, organic debris, and rocks), interacting inside a defined boundary. adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: John L.

Harper.: Forest Ecosystems () by Perry, David A.; Oren, Ram; Hart, Stephen C. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(17).The book comprises 11 chapters, each with a summary: Introduction; The carbon balance of trees; Forest productivity and succession; Tree-water relations; Hydrology of forest ecosystems; Nutrient cycling through forests; Nutrient uptake and internal plant distribution: the intrasystem cycle; Decomposition and forest soil development; Susceptibility and response of forests to natural agents of Cited by: