Volume 202 2008

Ecosystem Organization of a Complex Landscape

Long-Term Research in the Bornhöved Lake District, Germany

ISBN: 978-3-540-75810-5 (Print) 978-3-540-75811-2 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. Research Programme and Study Area

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      Pages 3-28

      General Concept of the Research Pogramme and Methodology of Investigations

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      Pages 29-57

      Ecological Setting of the Study Area

  3. Structure and Function of Ecosystems in a Complex Landscape

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      Pages 61-81

      Ecophysiological Key Processes in Agricultural and Forest Ecosystems

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      Pages 83-99

      Carbon and Energy Balances of Different Ecosystems and Ecosystem Complexes of the Bornhöved Lake District

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      Pages 101-117

      Water Relations at Different Scales

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      Pages 119-146

      Site-Related Biocoenotic Dynamics

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      Pages 147-167

      Biocoenotic Interactions between Different Ecotopes

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      Pages 169-205

      Element Fluxes in Atmosphere, Vegetation and Soil

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      Pages 207-240

      Transport Processes between Lake Belau and its Drainage Basin

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      Pages 241-276

      Lake Belau

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      Pages 277-294

      Ecological Gradients as Causes and Effects of Ecosystem Organization

  4. From Research to Application

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      Pages 297-317

      An Indicator-Based Characterization of the Bornhöved Key Ecosystems

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      Pages 319-344

      Ecosystem Research and Sustainable Land Use Management

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      Pages 345-350

      Conclusions: Perspectives for Integrative Landscape Planning, Management and Monitoring

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 351-391