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 Biogeochemistry of Subtropical Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest and Typhoon Disturbance
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Biogeochemistry of Subtropical Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest and Typhoon Disturbance
亚热带常绿阔叶林生物地球化学与台风干扰(英文版)
Language:  English
Author:  Xu Xiaoniu
Pub. Date:  2013-09 Weight:  0.4 kg ISBN:  9787503871900
Format:  Paperback Pages:  208
Subject:  Botany > Economic Plant
Series:   Size:  26 x 18.4 x 1.4 cm
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Biogeochemistry of Subtropical Evergreen Broad-leaved Forest and Typhoon Disturbance.    Features robust predictions and explanations of the effects of typhoon disturbances on subtropical forests. Synthesizes
a wealth of information From forest stands to the ecosystem. Features a wealth of illustrations to clarify biogeochemical
processes in the forest.
This important contribution is the result of the author's theoretical thinking and longterm high value data collection
by examining the response of subtropical forest ecosystems to typhoon disturbance in great data if, The author
has bridged the gap between disturbance ecology and biogeochemistry with an interdisciplinary and quantitative approach. 
This book brings together much of the current understanding of the biogeochemical cycling processes in the subtropical
forest and the mechanisms of forest productivity maintenance under frequent typhoon disturbances.
This book is certain to be of interest to anyone fascinated by the relationship between productivity and ecosystem structure
and function






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