5 edition of Grassland Dynamics found in the catalog.
May 18, 1998
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Series||Long-Term Ecological Research Network|
|Contributions||Alan K. Knapp (Editor), John M. Briggs (Editor), David C. Hartnett (Editor), Scott L. Collins (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||380|
Key Issues in Grassland Studies The Grassland Review Panel appointed by the National Academy of Sciences to review this study concluded that the best way to understand the current state of grassland science in China is to let Chinese scientists speak for themselves—through their published research, their work in situ, and their descriptions. Savanna and grassland biomes cover more of the earth's surface than any other biome type, and yet they are still largely understudied. In recent decades, global savanna and grassland ecosystems have become more prominent in the literature focused on global change dynamics.
The grassland ecosystem in the Northern-Tibet Plateau (NTP) of China is verysensitive to weather and climate conditions of the region. In this study, we investigate thespatial and temporal variations of the grassland ecosystem in the NTP using theNOAA/AVHRR ten-day maximum NDVI composite data of Evaluation of Grassland Dynamics Cited by: Not Available adshelp[at]pacificwomensnetwork.com The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86AAuthor: U. M. Staebler.
This book summarizes the wealth of new information on tallgrass prairie ecology gleaned from over fifteen years of intensive study of the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area in the Flint Hills of northeastern Kansas. Because the Flint Hills' steep topography and shallow soils made the region unsuitable for plowing, the area contains the largest tracts of native tallgrass prairie anywhere. The Cited by: The following projects will be carried out during the Eighth Five Year Plan (–): Study of optimization management model for animal husbandry in the grassland of northern China: The institute has established two range sites in the Keerqin meadow steppe and Ordos sandy-brush grassland ().At the Keerqin site, the effects of raising beef cattle on degenerated and artificial grasslands.
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Grassland Dynamics Long-Term Ecological Research in Tallgrass Prairie Edited by Alan K. Knapp, John M. Briggs, David C. Hartnett, and Scott L. Collins. This theme represents a developing paradigm shift in ecology This book is a successful synthesis of the research at Konza [Prairie Natural Research Area in Kansas], linking population, community and ecosystem levels and showing the complexity of ecosystem dynamics.
This book is, almost uniquely, a complete account of one such model, the Hurley Pasture Model, a dynamic, deterministic, mechanistic simulation model for grassland, which has been developed by the author over some 20 years, in collaboration with scientists at several pacificwomensnetwork.com by: I highly recommend 'Grassland Dynamics' because of its breadth and attention to ecological theory in a management context."--Plant Science Bulletin "This Grassland Dynamics book is the first of a planned series on Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) The nucleus of the Konza prairie was hectares purchased by The Nature Conservancy in Author: Alan K.
Knapp. Jun 11, · This is the first volume in the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Series. Established inthe LTER program is exploring a wide variety of biomes characteristic of the United States and developing a baseline Grassland Dynamics book ecosystem dynamics over long time periods and broad spatial Price: $ View chapter Purchase book.
Our focus lies on ecological models which are concerned with grassland population and community dynamics with less attention to grassland models of matter and energy flows or biophysical processes. In this article, most grassland models are conceptual, empirical, analytical, or simulation models.
Get this from a library. Grassland dynamics: long-term ecological research in tallgrass prairie. [Alan K Knapp;] -- "This volume, which focuses on the Konza Prairie in northeastern Kansas, is a synthesis of over 15 years of research in pristine tallgrass prairie.
It gives a comprehensive site description and. This book is a complete account of the Hurley Pasture Model, a dynamic, deterministic, mechanistic simulation model for grassland, which has been developed by the author over some twenty years, in.
This book has been written with an intention of providing a single textbook covering the revised common syllabus of most of the universities in Tamil Nadu for the subject-Engineering Mechanics.
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Dec 01, · About the Book. Grasslands are one of California's most important ecosystems in terms of both biodiversity and economic value.
Bringing together the large amount of research conducted in recent years on California's grasslands, this comprehensive, state-of-the-art sourcebook addresses the pressing need to understand this unique habitat. Cambridge Core - Climatology and Climate Change - Grasslands and Climate Change - edited by David J.
Gibson. prairie site; Grassland Dynamics offers a synthesis of studies representing the state ofknowledge about prairie ecology. The book is divided into sections on physical environment, terrestrial populations and communities, hydrology and aquatic ecology, and ecosys tem and landscape-levelanalysis.
The chapters thereby provide a compre. Grassland Ecosystem. Grassland ecosystems are particularly sensitive to the balance among factors controling water availability, including increased temperature, which directly affects evapo-transpiration (ET), changes in precipitation patterns, and altered soil water storage and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration (Ojima et al.
Part I - Grassland dynamics and climate change Edited by David J. Gibson, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Jonathan A. Newman, University of Guelph, Ontario Publisher: Cambridge University Press. This book is, almost uniquely, a complete account of one such model, the Hurley Pasture Model, a dynamic, deterministic, mechanistic simulation model for grassland, which has been developed by the author over some twenty years, in collaboration with scientists at several centres.
Grassland Dynamics book. Long-term (year) aboveground net primary produc. tion (ANPP) data from a site comparable to our study. system (annually burned lowland) were obtained from.
the Konza Prairie Biological Station (data set PAB 4. These data were used to. from book Linking Species Nitrogen, and Grassland Dynamics: The Constraints of Stuff We used C/N and N/P ratios from live tissues to assess grassland nutrient status (Koerselman and.
Ecotones Between Forest and Grassland explores how these ecotones have changed in the past, how they are changing today, and how they are likely to change in the future. The book includes chapters from around the world with a special focus on South American and Neotropical ecotones.
Abstract. Grassland dynamics in a degraded disclimax grassland dominated by Danthonia caespitosa Gaudich. are examined using both demographic and multivariate approaches in an experiment designed to determine the effect of grazing intensity and exclosure on pasture dynamics.
The experiment ran for 20 years from tousing permanent quadrats at 3 grazing intensities and within pacificwomensnetwork.com by:. Gathering from the Grassland: A Plains Journal By Linda M.
Hasselstrom. Nature writer, poet, and longtime leader in land stewardship, Linda M. Hasselstrom examines several generations of family diaries searching for an understanding of her ancestors and for direction in planning for the future of the plains ranch which has been in the family for over a century.This book offers an up-to-date review of the recent advances in grassland research in China, discusses the climatic and physical conditions governing the grasslands, describes their types and distribution, and introduces a new classification scheme for grassland ecosystems.About this book.
Introduction The ELM model is one of the major outputs of the United States Grassland Biome study, a contribution to the International Biological Program (IBP). My first major contacts with ecological simulation modeling were in when I was studying intraseasonal herbage dynamics and nutrient production on foothill.