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Improving intra- and inter-annual GPP predictions by using individual tree inventories and leaf growth dynamics.

Published online: 06 Nov 2021

Authors: Fang Jing & Lutz, J. A. & Shugart, H. H. & Yan XiaoDong & Xie WenQiang & Liu Feng

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Carbon sequestration is a key ecosystem service provided by forests. Inventory data based on individual trees are considered to be the most accurate m...

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Using GIS to relate small mammal abundance and landscape structure at multiple spatial extents: the northern flying squirrel in Alberta, Canada.

Published online: 23 Nov 2005

Authors: Wheatley, M. & Fisher, J. T. & Larsen, K. & Litke, J. & Boutin, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

It is common practice to evaluate the potential effects of management scenarios on animal populations using geographical information systems (GIS) tha...

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Application of a variance decomposition method to compare satellite and aerial inventory data: a tool for evaluating wildlife-habitat relationships.

Published online: 03 May 2006

Authors: Brown, G. S. & Rettie, W. J. & Mallory, F. F.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Researchers frequently rely on forest inventories derived for other purposes when characterizing wildlife-habitat associations. When studied populatio...

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Silviculture's impact on the historical shortleaf component of pine forests in the Upper West Gulf Coastal Plain.

Published online: 24 Feb 2016

Authors: Bragg, D. C.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

Silvicultural practices and human-induced alterations to natural disturbance regimes have contributed to a dramatic decline in shortleaf pine (Pinus e...

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Long-term recovery of multifunctionality in Mediterranean forests depends on restoration strategy and forest type.

Published online: 18 Dec 2019

Authors: Cruz-Alonso, V. & Ruiz-Benito, P. & Villar-Salvador, P. & Rey-Benayas, J. M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Forest area is increasing in temperate biomes through active and passive restoration of old fields. Despite the large extension of restored forests, t...

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A framework for evaluating forest restoration alternatives and their outcomes, over time, to inform monitoring: bioregional inventory originated simulation under management.

Published online: 08 Aug 2018

Authors: Fried, J. S. & Jain, T. B. & Loreno, S. & Keefe, R. F. & Bell, C. K.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

The BioSum modeling framework summarizes current and prospective future forest conditions under alternative management regimes along with their costs,...

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Multi-scale modeling of relationships between forest health and climatic factors.

Published online: 15 Apr 2015

Authors: Crosby, M. K. & Fan, Z. F. & Fan, X. G. & Spetich, M. A. & Leininger, T. D.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

Forest health and mortality trends are impacted by changes in climate. These trends can vary by species, plot location, forest type, and/or ecoregion....

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Oak regeneration ecology and dynamics.

Published online: 04 Feb 2015

Authors: Dey, D. C.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

The regeneration potential of oak following a disturbance or harvest that initiates stand regeneration is determined largely by the size structure of ...

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Strategic framework: a new decade of impact and innovation.

Published online: 03 Feb 2016

Content type: Miscellaneous

This strategic framework brings the next 5 to 10 years of the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research station in focus. The PNW Research Station oversess for...

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Identifying the tree species compositions that maximize ecosystem functioning in European forests.

Published online: 18 Dec 2019

Authors: Baeten, L. & Bruelheide, H. & Plas, F. van der & Kambach, S. & Ratcliffe, S. & Jucker, T. & Allan, E. & Ampoorter, E. & Barbaro, L. & Bastias, C. C. & Bauhus, J. & Benavides, R. & Bonal, D. & Bouriaud, O. & Bussotti, F. & Carnol, M. & Castagneyrol, B. & Charbonnier, Y. & Chećko, E. & Coomes, D. A. & Dahlgren, J. & Dawud, S. M. & Wandeler, H. de & Domisch, T. & Finér, L. & Fischer, M.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Forest ecosystem functioning generally benefits from higher tree species richness, but variation within richness levels is typically large. This is mo...

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