2005

Forest Ecosystems and Environments

Scaling Up from Shoot Module to Watershed

ISBN: 978-4-431-26074-5 (Print) 978-4-431-29361-3 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Integration of ecophysiological processes to stand dynamics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-13

      Plant responses to elevated CO2 concentration at different scales: leaf, whole plant, canopy, and population

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      Pages 15-29

      Abies population dynamics simulated using a functional-structural tree model

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      Pages 31-37

      Estimation of aboveground biomass and net biomass increment in a cool temperate forest on a landscape scale

  2. Latitudinal/altitudinal transect of East Asia

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 39-39

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      Pages 41-48

      Dynamics, productivity and species richness of tropical rainforests along elevational and edaphic gradients on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo

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      Pages 49-58

      Pattern of changes in species diversity, structure and dynamics of forest ecosystems along latitudinal gradients in East Asia

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      Pages 59-66

      Local coexistence of tree species and the dynamics of global distribution pattern along an environmental gradient: a simulation study

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      Pages 67-74

      Scaling up from shifting-gap mosaic to geographic distribution in the modeling of forest dynamics

  3. Monitoring and modeling atmosphere-forest-soil processes

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 75-75

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      Pages 77-88

      CO2 exchange in a temperate Japanese cypress forest compared with that in a cool-temperate deciduous broad-leaved forest

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      Pages 89-95

      Carbon cycling and budget in a forested basin of southwestern Hokkaido, northern Japan

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      Pages 97-110

      Seasonal variation in stomatal conductance and physiological factors observed in a secondary warm-temperate forest

  4. Forest-lake interface in watershed systems

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 111-111

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      Pages 113-124

      Biogeochemical and hydrological controls on carbon export from a forested catchment in central Japan

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      Pages 125-131

      Dissolved organic carbon and nitrate concentrations in streams: a useful index indicating carbon and nitrogen availability in catchments

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      Pages 133-141

      The production-to-respiration ratio and its implication in Lake Biwa, Japan

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      Pages 143-151

      Dynamics of methane in mesotrophic Lake Biwa, Japan