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Forest Ecosystems and Environments

Scaling Up from Shoot Module to Watershed

  • Takashi Kohyama
  • Josep Canadell
  • Dennis S. Ojima
  • Louis F. Pitelka

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-IX
  2. Integration of ecophysiological processes to stand dynamics

  3. Latitudinal/altitudinal transect of East Asia

  4. Monitoring and modeling atmosphere-forest-soil processes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. Satoru Takanashi, Yoshiko Kosugi, Yumiko Tanaka, Masato Yano, Tatsuya Katayama, Hiroki Tanaka et al.
      Pages 77-88
    3. Hideaki Shibata, Tsutom Hiura, Yumiko Tanaka, Kentaro Takagi, Takayoshi Koike
      Pages 89-95
    4. Tetsuya Hiyama, Kiyotaka Kochi, Nakako Kobayashi, Satiraporn Sirisampan
      Pages 97-110
  5. Forest-lake interface in watershed systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 111-111
    2. Masatoshi Kawasaki, Nobuhito Ohte, Masanori Katsuyama
      Pages 113-124
    3. Jotaro Urabe, Takehito Yoshida, Tek Bahadur Gurung, Tatsuki Sekino, Narumi Tsugeki, Kentaro Nozaki et al.
      Pages 133-141
    4. Jun Murase, Yuji Sakai, Aya Kametani, Atsuko Sugimoto
      Pages 143-151
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 153-155

About this book

Introduction

Coastal East and Southeast Asia are characterized by wet growing seasons, and species-rich forest ecosystems develop throughout the latitudinal and altitudinal gradients. In this region, the Global Change Impacts on Terrestrial Ecosystems in Monsoon Asia (TEMA) project was carried out as a unique contribution to the international project Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems. TEMA aimed to integrate forest ecosystem processes, from leaf physiology to meteorological budget and prediction of long-term change of vegetation composition and architecture through demographic processes. Special attention was given to watershed processes, where forest ecosystem metabolism affects the properties and biogeochemical budgets of freshwater ecosystems, and where rivers, wetlands, and lakes are subject to direct and indirect effects of environmental change. This volume presents the scaling-up concept for better understanding of ecosystem functioning.

Keywords

Monitoring Population atmosphere carbon cyclin distribution ecosystem environment forest metabolism nitrogen physiology species diversity terrestrial ecosystems vegetation

Editors and affiliations

  • Takashi Kohyama
    • 1
  • Josep Canadell
    • 2
  • Dennis S. Ojima
    • 3
  • Louis F. Pitelka
    • 4
  1. 1.Graduate School of Environmental Earth ScienceHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan
  2. 2.Global Carbon Project, Earth Observation CentreCSIRO Division of Atmospheric ResearchCanberraAustralia
  3. 3.Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, NESB, B229Colorado State UniversityFort CollinsUSA
  4. 4.Appalachian LaboratoryUniversity of Maryland Center for Environmental ScienceFrostburgUSA

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