3 edition of Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation. found in the catalog.
Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation.
Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation Kuching, Sarawak 1963.
Written in English
|Contributions||Sarawak., United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. South East Asia Science Cooperation Office.|
|LC Classifications||QK936 .S96 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 376 p.|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||68006660|
Our results indicate that 8 and 16 day MODIS satellite vegetation monitoring products are suitable for tracking general patterns of tropical dry forest phenology in this region but are not temporally sufficient to characterize inter-annual differences in phenology phase onset dates or changes in productivity due to mid-season droughts. Part of the Tasks for vegetation science book series (TAVS, volume 30) Abstract For the period –, some 17 million hectares of forest have been converted to other uses each year, of which about half are found in the moist tropical zone.
Plant–soil feedback is recognized as a causal mechanism for the emergence of vegetation patterns of the same species especially when water is not a limiting resource (e.g. humid environments. A vegetation survey was carried out in the Ujung Kulon nature reserve (West Java, Indonesia). Particular attention was paid to the altitudinal zoning of the vegetation, to succession and to the applicability of the phytosociological approach in forests of the humid tropics. The altitudinal zoning provides a clear example of the telescope effect: low, isolated mountain complexes surrounded by.
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Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation, Kuching, Sarawak, Symposium on Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation. [N.p.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sarawak (Malaysia); Unesco.
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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Plant Life in Southeast Asia. (Book Reviews: Ecological Research in Humid Tropics Vegetation (A symposium, Kuching, Sarawak, July )Author: Dieter Mueller-Dombois.
Problems in the ecology of the humid tropics = Problèmes de l'écologie de la zone tropicale humide, résumé / G.S. Puri --Research on the vegetation of Indonesia = Recherches sur la végétation de l'lndonésie, résumé / A.
Dilmy and A.J.G.H. Kostermans --Tropical ecological studies in Ceylon = Les études d'écologie tropicale à Ceylan. Abstract. There should be little difficulty in defining the humid tropics, for most authorities are agreed that this is the region where evergreen rain forest is the climax vegetation, a formation type which requires constantly high temperatures and a large annual rainfall evenly distributed throughout the year.
This chapter is focused on streams in mountainous regions of the humid tropics that currently receive – mm or more of precipitation each year. Figure 1 contains a generalized map of their occurrence that was developed from our knowledge of their distribution and by identifying ecoregions of tropical and subtropical humid montane forests (Olson et al., ).
Rb part of /his book may be re/mduced, OTHER VEGETATION TYPES OF THE HUMID TROPICS 3 On the biology of Saharan plants 4 Ecological investigations in. This book contains the results of a Symposium on the physiological ecology of plants of the lowland wet tropics held in Mexico in June organized by the Instituto de Biologla of the National University of M"exico (U.
M.), and sponsored by UNAM, CONACYT, NSF and UNESCO (CIET). A workshop. A workshop portion of the Symposium was held at the tropical research station at Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz.
This Symposium originated in response to the increasing interest in the physiological ecology of tropical plants, because of the potential. of this field to provide a basic understanding of functioning of tropical plant communities.
From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. List of participants Liste des participants. Effect of sod characteristics on the localization of vegetation in equatorial and humid tropical regions.
The literature on tropical secondary forests, defined as those resulting from human disturbance (e.g. logged forests and forest fallows), is reviewed to address questions related to their extent, rates of formation, ecological characteristics, values and uses to humans, and potential for management.
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