2008

Ecology of Riparian Forests in Japan

Disturbance, Life History, and Regeneration

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ISBN: 978-4-431-76736-7 (Print) 978-4-431-76737-4 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XVI

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-11

      Features of riparian forests in Japan

  3. Geography, disturbance regime and dynamics of sediments in riparian zone

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      Pages 13-13

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      Pages 15-30

      Occurrence of hillslope processes affecting riparian vegetation in upstream watersheds of Japan

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      Pages 31-45

      Sediment dynamics and characteristics with respect to river disturbance

  4. Riparian community

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 47-47

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      Pages 49-72

      Vegetation-geographic evaluation of the syntaxonomic system of valley-bottom forests occurring in the cooltemperate zone of the Japanese Archipelago

  5. Riparian forests in headwater stream

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 73-73

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      Pages 75-90

      Coexistence mechanisms of three riparian species in the upper basin with respect to their life histories, ecophysiology, and disturbance regimes

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      Pages 91-105

      Population dynamics and key stages in two Japanese riparian elements

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      Pages 107-122

      Rodent seed hoarding and regeneration of Aesculus turbinata: patterns, processes and implications

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      Pages 123-136

      Longitudinal variation in disturbance regime and community structure of a riparian forest established on a small alluvial fan in warm-temperate southern Kyushu, Japan

  6. Riparian forests on wide alluvial fan

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 137-137

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      Pages 139-152

      Structure and composition of riparian forests with reference to geomorphic conditions

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      Pages 153-164

      Mosaic structure of riparian forests on the riverbed and floodplain of a braided river: A case study in the Kamikouchi Valley of the Azusa River

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      Pages 165-174

      Coexistence of Salix species in a seasonally flooded habitat

  7. Riparian forests in lowland regions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 175-175

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      Pages 177-190

      Process of willow community establishment and topographic change of riverbed in a warm-temperate region of Japan

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      Pages 191-204

      Growth and nutrient economy of riparian Salix gracilistyla

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      Pages 205-221

      The expansion of woody shrub vegetation (Elaeagnus umbellata) along a regulated river channel

  8. Riparian forests in wetland

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 223-223

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      Pages 225-236

      Distribution pattern and regeneration of swamp forest species with respect to site conditions

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      Pages 237-247

      Flooding adaptations of wetland trees

  9. Species diversity of riparian forests

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 249-249

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      Pages 251-266

      Diversity of tree species in mountain riparian forest in relation to disturbance-mediated microtopography

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      Pages 267-278

      Diversity of forest floor vegegation with landform type

  10. Endangered species and its conservation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 279-279

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      Pages 281-297

      Ecology and conservation of an endangered willow, Salix hukaoana

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      Pages 299-310

      Strategy for the reallocation of plantations to semi-natural forest for the conservation of endangered riparian tree species

  11. Back Matter

    Pages 331-339

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