Vegetation Science in Forestry: Global Perspective based on Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast Asia by Elgene E. O. BoxVegetation Science in Forestry: Global Perspective based on Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast Asia by Elgene E. O. Box

Vegetation Science in Forestry: Global Perspective based on Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast…

EditorElgene E. O. Box, R.K. Peet, T. Masuzawa

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More than a decade has passed since Professor Gisela Jahn completed Volume 12 of the Handbook of Vegetation Science, dealing with the application of vegetation science in forestry, mostly European forestry. The volume was well received by the critics with the exception that they wanted a more diversified demonstration of forestry-related vegetation science work and a wider representation of forest types from different continents. The topics covered in this volume, 12/1, widen the scope of vegetation science work in forestry over the phytosociological work which was the main focus in the Handbook as perceived by Dr Tüxen. Section 1. Overview T. Kira: Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast Asia in a Global Perspective; E.O. Box: Climatic Relations of the Forests of East and Southeast Asia; K. Iwatsuki: Species Diversity in East Asia in Global Perspective. The remaining contributions are divided into the following sections: Evergreen Forest Region; Summergreen Forest Region; Montane/Boreal Region; Tropical Forest Region.
Title:Vegetation Science in Forestry: Global Perspective based on Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast…Format:PaperbackDimensions:674 pagesPublished:October 28, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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Preface. 1: Overview. 1. Forest Ecosystems of East and Southeast Asia in a Global Perspective; T. Kira. 2. Climatic Relations of the Forests of East and Southeast Asia; E.O. Box. 3. Species Diversity in East Asia in Global Perspective; K. Iwatsuki. 2: Evergreen Forest Region. 4. On the Global Position of the Evergreen Broad-Leaved Forests of China; Song Yongchang. 5. Pine Forests in East Asia; N. Nakagoshi. 6. Deciduous and Deciduous-Evergreen Forests in Northeastern China; Chou Yi-liang. 7. Comparison of the Vegetation of Subtropical China with that of the Corresponding Region of the USA; Sh. Hartzler. 8. Evergreen Broad-Leaved Forests of Southern South America; R. Hildebrand-Vogel. 9. Historical and Ecological Development of the Evergreen Broad-leaved Forests of Australia; J.S. Beard. 10. Evergreen Broadleaved Forests of New Zealand and their Bioclimatic Definition; C.D. Meurk. 11. Land Use and Human Influences in the Evergreen Broad-Leaved Forest Regions of East Asia, the Mediterranean and Australia; S. Pignatti. 3: Summergreen Forest Region. 13. W and SE European Deciduous and Deciduous-Conifer Forests of the Lowlands; F. Klötzli. 14. Deciduous Broad-Leaved Forests in North Central China; L.-Ch. Chen. Composition and Distribution of Deciduous Broad-Leaved Forests in Korea; Y.-J. Yim. Management and Ecological Perspective on the Oak Forests of Mountainous Northeastern China; Yang Si-he. 17. Subtropical Montane Oak Forests in China; Chen Wei-li. 18. Architecture and Development of Mexican Beech Forest; R. Peters. 19. Insights on Deciduous Forests from a European Perspective; R. Neuhäusl. 4: Montane/Boreal Regions. 20. The Spruce Forest of Northern China; L-Zh. Chen. 21. Boreal Forest Phytogeocoenoses of Hokkaido Island, Japan; S. Kojima. 22. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Subalpine Abies Forests in Central Japan; T. Kohyama. 23. Physiological Ecology of the Growth Characteristics of Japanese Mountain Birch in Northern Japan: a Comparison with Japanese White Birch; T. Koike. 24. Successional Process on Mt. Fuji: From Alpine Herbaceous Perennials to Dwarf Scrub; T. Masuzawa. 25. A Study of the Population Dynamics of Picea asperata; H. Jiang. 26. Alpine Vegetation in a Global Perspective; G. Grabherr. 5: Tropical Forest Region. 27. Towards a Regional Classification of Humid Tropics of Asia; P.S. Ashton. 28. Structure and Dynamics of Dry Dipterocarp Forest, Sakaerat, Northeastern Thailand; P. Sahunalu. 28. Mosaic Structure and Tree Growth Pattern in a Monodominant Tropical Seasonal Evergreen Forest in Thailand; M. Kanzaki. 30. Growth Dynamics of Some Broad-Leaved Tree Species in Central Thailand; K. Kamo. 31. Stratification of Several Peat Swamp Forest Types in Brunei Darussalem; I. Yamada. 32. Dynamics of Aboveground Big Woody Organs in Tropical Rain Forest Ecosystems; Ts. Yoneda. 33. Vegetation Pattern, Structure and Dynamics in Different Types of Humid Tropical Evergreen Forests of South-East Asia; J. Poker. 34. Fine Root Amount of Young Mangrove Stands in Trang Province Thailand; Ry. Tabuchi. 35. Structure, Litterfall and Net Primary Production in the Mangrove Forests in East Kalimantan; S. Sukardjo. 36. Harmonized Ecosystem Research Methodology for an Integrated Forest Research Programme in Southease Asia; E.F. Bruenig. Index.