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  • Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive ...

    2014-2-16 · Branch-level adjustments in tall trees may partially compensate for the effects of hydraulic limitations through structural and anatomical adjustments to the hydraulic conducting pathway (Ryan et al. 2006), but this is not consistent across species and environments (McDowell et al. 2002b, Phillips et al. 2003, Ambrose et al. 2010). Thus, while ...

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  • Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive ...

    Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration. Nolan RH (1), Mitchell PJ, Bradstock RA, Lane PN. (1)Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science, The University of Melbourne, 221 Bouverie St, Parkville, VIC 3010, Australia. Following disturbance many woody species are capable of resprouting new foliage ...

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  • Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive ...

    2021-4-24 · Following disturbance many woody species are capable of resprouting new foliage, resulting in a reduced leaf-to-sapwood area ratio and altered canopy structure. We hypothesized that such changes would promote adjustments in leaf physiology, resulting in higher rates of transpiration per unit leaf area, consistent with the mechanistic framework proposed by Whitehead et al.

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    2014-2-16 · Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration. Journal Article (Journal Article) Following disturbance many woody species are capable of resprouting new foliage, resulting in a reduced leaf-to-sapwood area ratio and altered canopy structure.

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    Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration . By Rachael H Nolan, Patrick J Mitchell, ... We evaluated measurements of whole-tree transpiration and structural and physiological traits expected to drive any changes in transpiration. We used these structural and physiological measurements to ...

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    Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration. Tree Physiology: an international botanical journal, 34 (2), 123-136. Identity

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    2014-2-16 · Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration Nolan, Rachael H.; Mitchell, Patrick J.; Bradstock, Ross A.; Lane, Patrick N.J. 2014-02-16 00:00:00 Following disturbance many woody species are capable of resprouting new foliage, resulting in a reduced leaf-to ...

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  • Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive ...

    2014-2-1 · In resprouting trees, foliage was distributed along the trunk and on lateral branches, resulting in shorter hydraulic path lengths. We evaluated measurements of whole-tree transpiration and structural and physiological traits expected to drive any changes in transpiration.

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  • Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences

    © The Author 2014. Published by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: [email protected] Tree Physiology 34, 123–136

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  • 'Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive ...

    Following disturbance many woody species are capable of resprouting new foliage, resulting in a reduced leaf-to-sapwood area ratio and altered canopy structure. We hypothesized that such changes would promote adjustments in leaf physiology, resulting in higher rates of transpiration per unit leaf area, consistent with the mechanistic framework proposed by Whitehead et al. (Whitehead D, Jarvis ...

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  • Adaptive capacity in the foundation tree species

    Abstract. Populus fremontii (Fremont cottonwood) is recognized as one of the most important foundation tree species in the southwestern USA and northern Mexico because of its ability to structure communities across multiple trophic levels, drive ecosystem processes and influence biodiversity via genetic-based functional trait variation. However, the areal extent of P. fremontii cover has ...

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  • In ecoregions across western USA streamflow

    2018-1-9 · Nolan R H, Mitchell P J, Bradstock R A and Lane P N 2014 Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration Tree Physiol. 34 123–36 Crossref Google Scholar O’Grady A P, Carter J L and Bruce J 2011 Can we predict groundwater discharge from terrestrial ecosystems using existing eco-hydrological concepts?

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  • On r- and K-Selection | The American Naturalist: Vol

    2020-9-4 · A.N. Muresan, M. Gaglio, V. Aschonitis, G. Nobili, G. Castaldelli, E.A. Fano Structural and functional responses of macroinvertebrate communities in small wetlands of the Po delta with different and variable salinity levels, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 238 (Jun 2020): 106726.

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  • On underestimation of global vulnerability to tree ...

    Additionally, hotter droughts drive shorter lifespans for surviving and establishing plants (Adams et al. 2009) and can be expected to favor: smaller-statured trees; transition of resprouting tree species toward more shrub-like morphologies; and non-tree life forms such as resprouting shrubs and grasses in many areas (Zeppel et al. 2014 ...

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  • Tree Physiology Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 |

    Tree Physiology. The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Tree Physiology is 3.655, which is just updated in 2020. The highest Journal Impact IF of Tree Physiology is 3.655. The lowest Journal Impact IF of Tree Physiology is 2.853. The total growth rate of Tree Physiology IF is 27.1%.

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  • Ecological site VX161B01X501 - New Mexico State

    Ecological site concept. This ecological site is the 'dry forest' that begins in the north on the lower slopes of Hualalai, mauka of Kona International Airport and between the upper (Rte. 190) and lower (Rte. 19) highways, then runs southward from Kailua-Kona between the coast and the main highway (Rte. 11), and then straddles Route 11 (mauka of the coast) from near Milolii southward around ...

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  • Amazon Rain Forest Succession: Stochasticity or Land

    2015-8-31 · Resprouting by Vismia spp in pastures, shifting cultivation, and along roadsides clearly ensures its success in periodically burned and cutover habitats (Jakovac et al. 2015). However, given the recent proliferation of these anthropogenic processes, resprouting can hardly be considered an adaptation to repeated burning and clearing in the Amazon.

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  • Investigation of North American vegetation variability ...

    2015-1-27 · For Region 5 (the southeast U.S.), SSiB4/TRIFFID produces 35.5% broadleaf trees and 36.2% needleleaf trees, which actually are mixed forests. In central NA, west of the Great Lakes, the model produces a larger area of needleleaf trees, but the area is currently covered by crops in satellite products, indicating the effects of human activities.

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  • Plant functional indicators of vegetation response to ...

    2019-5-1 · Plant functional traits are widely applied in models that simulate the effects of climate change on biodiversity and resource management. Here the aim is to examine the potential role of specific plant functional traits and their whole-plant syndromes (Plant Functional Types or PFTs as specific ‘modal’ trait assemblages) as indicators of vegetation response to climate change, past, present ...

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  • How do evergreen and deciduous species respond to

    2013-3-1 · 1. Introduction. There is a broad consensus in ecology that light is a key limiting resource for plant growth and survival rates (e.g. Canham et al., 1994, Denslow, 1987).Accordingly, species composition within a community is governed by morphological and physiological adaptations to different light environments (Lüttge et al., 2002).Knowledge on the species-specific abilities of plants to ...

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  • In ecoregions across western USA streamflow

    2018-1-9 · Nolan R H, Mitchell P J, Bradstock R A and Lane P N 2014 Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration Tree Physiol. 34 123–36 Crossref Google Scholar O’Grady A P, Carter J L and Bruce J 2011 Can we predict groundwater discharge from terrestrial ecosystems using existing eco-hydrological concepts?

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  • Investigation of North American vegetation variability ...

    2015-1-27 · For Region 5 (the southeast U.S.), SSiB4/TRIFFID produces 35.5% broadleaf trees and 36.2% needleleaf trees, which actually are mixed forests. In central NA, west of the Great Lakes, the model produces a larger area of needleleaf trees, but the area is currently covered by crops in satellite products, indicating the effects of human activities.

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  • Plant functional indicators of vegetation response to ...

    2019-5-1 · Plant functional traits are widely applied in models that simulate the effects of climate change on biodiversity and resource management. Here the aim is to examine the potential role of specific plant functional traits and their whole-plant syndromes (Plant Functional Types or PFTs as specific ‘modal’ trait assemblages) as indicators of vegetation response to climate change, past, present ...

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  • Ecological site VX161B01X501 - New Mexico State

    Ecological site concept. This ecological site is the 'dry forest' that begins in the north on the lower slopes of Hualalai, mauka of Kona International Airport and between the upper (Rte. 190) and lower (Rte. 19) highways, then runs southward from Kailua-Kona between the coast and the main highway (Rte. 11), and then straddles Route 11 (mauka of the coast) from near Milolii southward around ...

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  • On r- and K-Selection | The American Naturalist: Vol

    2020-9-4 · A.N. Muresan, M. Gaglio, V. Aschonitis, G. Nobili, G. Castaldelli, E.A. Fano Structural and functional responses of macroinvertebrate communities in small wetlands of the Po delta with different and variable salinity levels, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 238 (Jun 2020): 106726.

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  • How do evergreen and deciduous species respond to

    2013-3-1 · 1. Introduction. There is a broad consensus in ecology that light is a key limiting resource for plant growth and survival rates (e.g. Canham et al., 1994, Denslow, 1987).Accordingly, species composition within a community is governed by morphological and physiological adaptations to different light environments (Lüttge et al., 2002).Knowledge on the species-specific abilities of plants to ...

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  • CSIRO PUBLISHING | Australian Journal of Botany

    The Australian Journal of Botany is an international journal publishing original research encompassing all plant groups including fossil plants. Plant science areas covered by the scope are as follows: ecology and ecophysiology, conservation biology and biodiversity, forest biology and management, cell and molecular biology, palaeobotany, reproductrive biology and genetics, mycology and ...

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  • BG - Relations - Forests, savannas, and grasslands ...

    Research article 20 Mar 2015. Research article | 20 Mar 2015 . Forests, savannas, and grasslands: bridging the knowledge gap between ecology and Dynamic Global Vegetation Models

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  • BG - Relations - The contribution of trees and grasses

    Jan Pisek, Angela Erb, Lauri Korhonen, Tobias Biermann, Arnaud Carrara, Edoardo Cremonese, Matthias Cuntz, Silvano Fares, Giacomo Gerosa, Thomas Grünwald, Niklas ...

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  • rOpenSci | rOpenSci Packages

    Description. A programmatic interface to FishBase, re-written based on an accompanying RESTful API. Access tables describing over 30,000 species of fish, their biology, ecology, morphology, and more.

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  • On r- and K-Selection | The American Naturalist: Vol

    2020-9-4 · A.N. Muresan, M. Gaglio, V. Aschonitis, G. Nobili, G. Castaldelli, E.A. Fano Structural and functional responses of macroinvertebrate communities in small wetlands of the Po delta with different and variable salinity levels, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 238 (Jun 2020): 106726.

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  • How do evergreen and deciduous species respond to

    2013-3-1 · 1. Introduction. There is a broad consensus in ecology that light is a key limiting resource for plant growth and survival rates (e.g. Canham et al., 1994, Denslow, 1987).Accordingly, species composition within a community is governed by morphological and physiological adaptations to different light environments (Lüttge et al., 2002).Knowledge on the species-specific abilities of plants to ...

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  • The Limiting Similarity, Convergence, and Divergence

    2020-9-4 · Alex Baer, James K Wheeler, Jarmila Pittermann Limited hydraulic adjustments drive the acclimation response of Pteridium aquilinum to variable light, Annals of …

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  • Steam Corridor Restoration: Principles, Processes, and ...

    ----- Preface 'Water is the most critical resource issue of our lifetime and our children's lifetime. The health of our waters is the principal measure of how we live on the land' — Luna Leopold Restoration practitioners share simultaneously in the good fortune and responsibility of participating in a new endeavor — stepping beyond the current concept of natural resources conservation to a ...

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  • Woody encroachment over 70 years in South African ...

    2016-9-1 · Woody encroachment in ‘open’ biomes like grasslands and savannahs is occurring globally. Both local and global drivers, including elevated CO 2, have been implicated in these increases.The relative importance of different processes is unresolved as there are few multi-site, multi-land-use evaluations of woody plant encroachment.

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  • Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5247

    2010-5-4 · Cover: Mixed riparian vegetation, Chinle Wash, Arizona. The bands of bright-green trees are native Fremont cottonwood. The grayish, small trees throughout the photograph are nonnative Russian olive. The dark-green shrubs mixed with Russian olive in the shady, lower left portion of the photograph are nonnative saltcedar.

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  • Woody encroachment over 70 years in South African ...

    2016-9-19 · To investigate the relative importance of global versus local drivers in savannah woody cover change, we quantified the magnitude and direction of woody cover change over 1020 km 2 of NE South Africa using aerial photographs across a multi-site, multi-land-use, regional-scale study. We measured woody cover change over 70 years across four different land-use types in both low- and high-rainfall ...

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  • Articles in scientific journals | Center for Climate and ...

    The effective radiative forcings (including rapid adjustments) and feedbacks associated with an instantaneous quadrupling of the preindustrial CO 2 concentration and a counterbalancing reduction of the solar constant are investigated in the context of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP). The forcing and feedback parameters ...

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  • Principal Short-Term

    2013-3-28 · Large trees are important for nesting and foraging for mountain chickadees (Lyons et al. 2008). Large trees are important as habitat for cavity-nesting species (Bull et al. 1997, Dickson et al. 2004, Lundquist and Manuwal 1990). 13 Hoff, J.A. 2002. Fungal diversity in woody roots of east-slope Cascade ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa)

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  • Federal Register :: Endangered and Threatened

    2013-9-10 · Predominant understory trees include Rocky Mountain maple (Acer glabrum), New Mexico locust (Robinia neomexicana), oceanspray (Holodiscus sp.), and various shrubby oaks (Quercus spp.) (Reagan 1967, p. 17; Degenhardt et al. 1996, p. 28). Everett (2003, entire) reported habitat variables for 23 sites where Jemez Mountains salamanders were found.

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  • Publicacions CTFC

    Hydraulic and photosynthetic limitations prevail over root non-structural carbohydrate reserves as drivers of resprouting in two Mediterranean oaks : Acta Oecologica-International Journal of Ecology ... Phenology and plant functional type dominance drive CO(2)exchange in seminatural grasslands in the Pyrenees ... Geomorphic adjustments to multi ...

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  • Scientific Investigations Report 2009–5247

    2010-5-4 · Cover: Mixed riparian vegetation, Chinle Wash, Arizona. The bands of bright-green trees are native Fremont cottonwood. The grayish, small trees throughout the photograph are nonnative Russian olive. The dark-green shrubs mixed with Russian olive in the shady, lower left portion of the photograph are nonnative saltcedar.

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  • Articles in scientific journals | Center for Climate and ...

    The effective radiative forcings (including rapid adjustments) and feedbacks associated with an instantaneous quadrupling of the preindustrial CO 2 concentration and a counterbalancing reduction of the solar constant are investigated in the context of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP). The forcing and feedback parameters ...

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  • Publications - French National Centre for Scientific

    2021-4-24 · In: Experiencias mexicanas en la restauración de ecosistemas (Ceccon E. & Martínez-Garza C., Eds.), Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias (CRIM), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad, Mexico DF. Mexico, pp. 19-22.

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  • Graduate Opportunities - Physiological Ecology

    2018-8-2 · The section comprises ~60 species from the Amazon to Mexico and the Caribbean Islands, consisting of shrubs to small trees. This project will investigate the molecular phylogenetic relationships of one of the earlier branching lineages in the genus using a combination of next generation sequencing data, morphology, and biogeography.

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  • Reduced Impact Logging in Tropical Forests: Literature ...

    2021-2-8 · There has been an increasing interest in reduced impact logging (RIL), particularly in tropical forests over the last decade. A number of developments have led to the concept of RIL: a political focus on sustainable development at the highest levels, a general consensus about the necessity to manage forests more sustainably, and a recognition that better technology is now available to monitor ...

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  • Angiosperm Evolution; Amborellales

    2021-5-26 · Smedmark et al. (2014) emphasized how difficult it was to reconstruct biogeographical events if more than one topology was allowed in places where support was weak, so using a single tree for such reconstructions was inadvisable, yet one still sees trees of different topologies for the one group used in the discussions of relationships ...

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  • Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 12

    2019-6-4 · The objectives of the Springvale Station Erosion Management Plan are to: • Identify priority erosion remediation areas and guide activities undertaken on the property to reduce sediment runoff to the Normanby River, Princess Charlotte Bay, and Great Barrier Reef lagoon according to best management practices and scientific and technical ...

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  • GREENIE WATCH -- by Dr. John Ray

    2010-3-23 · Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; 12-Month Findings for Petitions to List the Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus, 13910-14014 [2010-5132]

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