Published November 30, 2001
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Satu Huttunen (Editor), Hannele Heikkilä (Editor), Jürg Bucher (Editor), Björn Sundberg (Editor), Paul Jarvis (Editor), Rainer Matyssek (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||270|
This research has been encouraged and supported by the COST Action FP “Green Infrastructure approach: linking environmental with social aspects in studying and managing urban forests”. The authors also wish to acknowledge the contributions of the following people: Rocio Alonso, Jorge Umberto Amorim, Galina Churkina, Didier Le Thiec Cited by: 7. Precursor and Ozone Removal, Carbon Storage, and VOC Emissions. Based on our modeled forest structure and UFORE-estimated specific pollutant removal rates (), the reforestation project is estimated to remove a total of t O 3 and t NO 2 over our y analysis period and st t aboveground C at year Annual air pollution removal was greatest in year 23 of the Cited by: The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem productivity has been explored in detail in herbaceous vegetation, but patterns in forests are far less well understood. Liang et al. have amassed a global forest data set from >, sample plots in 44 countries. A positive and consistent relationship can be discerned between tree diversity and ecosystem productivity at landscape, country Cited by: This EU COST Action project is a large collaboration of European forest ecologists aimed at sharing and analysis of existing data for biodiversity responses to forestry. The project is strongly aligned to the international component of my Future Fellowship, so will facilitate my accessing datasets from Europe to integrate from other forest.
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