4 edition of Tropical forests in transition found in the catalog.
Tropical forests in transition
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by J.G. Goldammer.|
|Series||Advances in life sciences|
|Contributions||Goldammer, J. G. 1949-|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.R27 T76 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|ISBN 10||3764326018, 0817626018|
|LC Control Number||92004124|
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The book on "Tropical Forests in Transition" synthesizes information on changing environmental conditions and human impacts on the tropical forest by looking back to the paleoecology, analyzing the impact of modern human populations and modeling the future of.
Tropical Forests in Transition Ecology of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance Processes. Authors: Goldammer, J.
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Tropical Forests in Transition by J. Goldammer,Birkhäuser edition, paperback. Tropical forests in transition: ecology of natural and anthropogenic disturbance processes: an introduction / J.G. Goldammer --Palynological evidence relating to disturbance and other ecological phenomena of rain forests / J.R.
Flenley --Holocene autochthonous forest degradation in Southeast Venezuela / H. Tropical forests in transition book Fölster --Vegetation.
The forest transition. Area – E-mail Citation» Although Mather’s book Global Forest Resources (Portland, OR: Timber Press, ) already contains a discussion on forest transition, this is considered the seminal paper introducing the concept of forest transition, as a change from decreasing to expanding forest area in some.
Tropical Nature: Life and Death in the Rain Forests of Central and South America [Adrian Forsyth, Ken Miyata, Dr. Thomas Lovejoy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tropical Nature: Life and Death in the Rain Forests of Central and South AmericaCited by: Get this from a library.
Tropical Forests in Transition: Ecology of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance Processes. [Johann Georg Goldammer] -- In evolutionary time scales natural disturbances have affected the vegetation on Earth. During the Quaternary the forest biomes of the tropics were subjected to manifold disturbances.
Climate changes. The book introduces unique approaches to the study of Southeast Asia’s environmental Tropical forests in transition book and resource management under the influence of intensifying economic change in the region.
It also examines the slow erosion of Southeast Asia’s rich environment and addresses serious issues such as the decrease in biodiversity and tropical forests.
Forest transition refers to a geographic theory describing a reversal or turnaround in land-use trends for a given territory from a period of net forest area loss (i.e., deforestation) to a period of net forest area gain. The term "landscape turnaround" has also been used to represent a more general recovery of natural areas that is independent of biome type.
Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World is a call to action for an accord to protect the world's rainforests. It offers a global vision rooted in ecological science but written in common language useful for governments, decision makers, and conservation groups concerned about.
In recent decades, tropical forests have suffered extensive clearing, fragmentation, degradation, and depletion of biodiversity.
Once blanketing 12 percent of the world’s landmass, they now cover just 5 percent. While destruction continues in many places, tropical forest restoration is growing and may sequester as much as six gigatons of.
Like the first edition, this revised and updated edition of Tropical Rainforests: Latin American Nature and Society in Transition provides a variety of perspectives on the complex relationship between society and nature on the rainforest frontiers of Latin America. Containing eleven new.
Tropical Rainforests: Latin American Nature and Society in Transition Changing Tropical Forests: Historical Perspectives on Today’s Challenges in Central and South America Edited by Steen, Harold K.
and Tucker, Richard by: 1. This multi-author book considers the disturbance ecology of tropical forests. The main subjects considered are palaeoecology, effects of modern human populations, and models of the future of tropical forests. There are 16 chapters: (1) Tropical forests in transition: ecology of natural and anthropogenic disturbance processes - an introduction (Goldammer, J.
G.; 45 ref.); (2) Palynological. Prolonged seasonal drought affects most of the tropics, including vast areas presently or recently dominated by 'dry forests'.
These forests have received scant attention, despite the fact that humans have used and changed them more than rain forests. This volume reviews the available information, often making contrasts with wetter forests. The world's dry forest heterogeneity of structure and 3/5(1).
A thorough understanding of paleoclimate and forest changes and the coupling of terrestrial ecology with atmospheric sciences will be imperative to predict the possible development of tropical forests in transition to a new climate-supported by: Review Quiz.
What is the broadest recognizable assemblage of plants and animals that forms a regional ecological unit. The ___ biome is a transition zone between tropical forests and deserts. savanna b. Mediterranean scrub c. monsoon forests d. tundra Redwood forests and Douglas fir are associated with the ____ biome.
temperate. Deforestation, clearance, clearcutting or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees from land which is then converted to a non-forest use. Deforestation can involve conversion of forest land to farms, ranches, or urban use. The most concentrated deforestation occurs in tropical rainforests.
About 31% of Earth's land surface is covered by forests. from book Extreme Conflict and Tropical Forests (pp) Extreme Conflict and Tropical Forests. to the problem of protecting forests for impro ving the transition of Cambodia from war.
Buy World Forests: From Deforestation to Transition. () (): NHBS - Edited By: Matti Palo and Heidi Vanhanen, Springer NaturePrice Range: £ - £ World Forests from Deforestation to Transition. World Forests (Book 2) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.
Rate it Brand: Springer Netherlands. Tree species richness typically recovers to pre-disturbance levels within just a few years in temperate forests and a few decades in tropical forests (Martin et al., ;Meli et al., Recent studies suggest that ecotones, transition zones between habitats, play an important role in the biodiversity of rainforests.
Ecotones bordering rainforests and savannas, secondary forests, plantations, and other forest types are evolutionary hotbeds where evolutionary competition may lead to.
The Miombo in transition: woodlands and welfare in Africa Get the CIFOR publications update CIFOR publishes over publications every year on forests and climate change, landscape restoration, rights, forest policy, agroforestry and much more in multiple by: Hunter-gatherers of the late Pleistocene apparently made the initial transition to the new tropical forest in the early Holocene by maintaining, expanding, or creating localized areas of disturbance or forest gaps to focus economic by: Project Drawdown defines tropical forest restoration as: the restoration and protection of tropical-climate solution replaces degraded forest in the tropics.
Tropical forest restoration is widely considered to offer substantial climate change mitigation opportunities, if. Rain forest and jungle are terms that are often used synonymously but with little precision. The more meaningful and restrictive of these terms is rain forest, which refers to the climax or primary forest in regions with high rainfall (greater than m/70 in per year), chiefly but not exclusively found in the forests are significant for their valuable timber resources, and in.
Chapter 2, “Fertility,” addresses the question of how rainforest can support such abundance of life. While forests in temperate zones enjoy rich humus from the deep layers of deciduous leaf liter, rainforests relay on the root system of massive trees bound together by strands of fungal relationship, know as mycorrhizal associations, seems to operate in a similar fashion to Author: Kamran Nayeri.
Tropical forests provide many ecosystem and climatic services. This Review provides a synthesis of the effects of tropical deforestation on climate and implications for agriculture, both in the.
Tropical forests make an approximately neutral contribution to the global carbon cycle, with intact and recovering forests taking in as much carbon as is released through deforestation and Cited by: Is active restoration the best approach to achieve ecological restoration success (the return to a reference condition, that is, old-growth forest) when compared to natural regeneration in tropical forests.
Our meta-analysis of studies demonstrated that natural regeneration surpasses active restoration in achieving tropical forest restoration success for all three biodiversity groups Cited by: Agricultural expansion is a major driver of tropical deforestation (17 –20), but not all expansion results in the loss of intact forests: shrublands, pasture, logged or regrowing forests, degraded land, and shifting cultivation fields are all sources for new permanent agriculture (21 –23).
It is critical to understand the geographic and Cited by: As global climate change has a large effect on the carbon cycle of forests, it is very important to understand how forests in climate transition regions respond to climate change.
Specifically, the LPJ-GUESS (Lund-Potsdam-Jena General Ecosystem Simulator) model was used to simulate net ecosystem productivity (NEP) and soil heterotrophic respiration (Rh) dynamics of two forest ecosystems of Author: Siqi Liang, Shouzhang Peng, Yunming Chen. Most symbiotic (mutually positive) interactions in tropical forests involve relationships between plants and animals or between plants and microbes – fungi, bacteria, algae – described elsewhere in this volume.
What, if anything, distinguishes plant–plant interactions from plant–microbe, plant–animal or animal–animal interactions?Cited by: 8. Like the first edition, this revised and updated edition of Tropical Rainforests: Latin American Nature and Society in Transition provides a variety of perspectives on the complex relationship between society and nature on the rainforest frontiers of Latin America.
Containing eleven new articles from experts in various fields and an updated introduction by the editor, this book provides an 5/5(1).
Governments and international actors are increasingly understanding the connection of forests and land use. In some areas of the Amazon basin, countries are in the process of a forest transition, where economic growth leads to urbanization, forest recovery, and less pressure on existing forests.
Book: Vanishing rain forests: the ecological transition in Malaysia pp pp. Abstract: Rain forest formations in Malaysia malaysia Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details are described against a background of the distribution and problems facing tropical rain forests tropical rain forests Subject Category: Vegetation Cited by: Tropical Forests (Ecosystem) Peter D.
Moore. Year: Edition: 1 Publisher: Facts on File Language: english You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then. Book Description: Recent decades have seen unprecedented growth in the scale and intensity of industrial forestry.
Directly and indirectly, it has degraded the wildlife and ecological integrity of these tropical forests, prompting a need to evaluate the impact of current forest management practices and reconsider how best to preserve the integrity of the biosphere.
Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Landscapes is the first comprehensive synthesis of the role of agroforestry systems in conserving biodiversity in tropical landscapes, and contains in-depth review chapters of most agroforestry systems, with examples from many different countries.
It is a valuable source of information for. The clearing of land for tropical food crops (cassava, yams) driven by the growing demands of expanding populations may explain most recent African deforestation in countries with tropical moist forests. At the same time, rapid growth in urban SSA populations suggests recent shifts in the drivers of SSA by: Deforestation and transition is discussed here by a team of 14 scientists from both the North and the book offers knowledge, facts, and information about world forests, society, and environment to help us towards equity in our use of the global forest - to create a clearer vision of universe.