Volume 208 2009

Functioning and Management of European Beech Ecosystems

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ISBN: 978-3-642-00339-4 (Print) 978-3-642-00340-0 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

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      Pages 1-4

      Introduction

  2. Description of Long-term Observation Sites

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      Pages 7-11

      General Description of Study Sites

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      Pages 13-32

      Climatic Condition at Three Beech Forest Sites in Central Germany

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      Pages 33-47

      Soil Properties

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      Pages 49-63

      Changes in C and N Contents of Soils Under Beech Forests over a Period of 35 Years

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      Pages 65-86

      Vegetation

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      Pages 87-92

      Microbial Biomass

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      Pages 93-102

      Soil Fauna

  3. Ecosystem Processes

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      Pages 105-136

      Tree Growth, Biomass, and Elements in Tree Components of Three Beech Sites

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      Pages 137-153

      Fine Root Biomass, Turnover and Litter Production

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      Pages 155-181

      Phytomass, Litter and Net Primary Production of Herbaceous Layer

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      Pages 183-205

      Biomass and Element Content of Foliage and Aboveground Litterfall on the Three Long-Term Experimental Beech Sites: Dynamics and Significance

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      Pages 207-230

      The Role of Soil Fauna for Decomposition of Plant Residues

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      Pages 231-251

      Nitrogen and Carbon Transformations

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      Pages 253-263

      Fate, Transport, and Retention of Applied 15N Labelled Nitrogen in Forest Soils

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      Pages 265-302

      Atmospheric Deposition and Canopy Interactions

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      Pages 303-336

      Changes in Soil Solution Chemistry, Seepage Losses, and Input–Output Budgets at Three Beech Forests in Response to Atmospheric Depositions

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      Pages 337-351

      Soil Respiration

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      Pages 353-367

      N2O Emission from Temperate Beech Forest Soils

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      Pages 369-385

      Methane Uptake by Temperate Forest Soils

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