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by Kristina Blennow

Author: Kristina Blennow
Publisher: Lund University (1997)
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Spatial variation in near-ground radiation and low temperature: interactions with forest vegetation. Low temperature has a large impact on the survival and distribution of plants.

Spatial variation in near-ground radiation and low temperature: interactions with forest vegetation. Interactive effects with high irradiance lead to cold-induced photoinhibition, which may impact on the establishment and growth of tree seedlings. In this thesis, novel approaches are applied for relating the spatial variability in low temperature and irradiance to photosynthetic performance and growth of tree.

PDF The interaction between surface water and ground water influences the impacts . vegetation shades streams by reducing incident solar radiation and helping to maintain lower temperatures.

PDF The interaction between surface water and ground water influences the impacts of non-point source pollution on water quality.

Kristina Blennow: Spatial variation in near-ground radiation and low temperature – interaction with forest vegetation. Supervision of 10 Master students 1996-2003.

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Author: Kristina Blennow; Lunds Universitet. Abstract: Popular Abstract in Swedish Låg temperatur begränsar i stor utsträckning överlevnad och expansion av vegetation. Under senare år har samverkan mellan låg temperatur och hög instrålning, som leder till försämrad et, rönt stor uppmärksamhet. I denna avhandling tillämpas nya metoder för att relatera rumsliga variationer i temperatur och instrålning till et och tillväxt hos trädplantor samt för modellering av rumsliga r i mikro- och lokal skala i heterogen terräng.

Spatial Variation in Near Ground Radiation and Low Temperature – Interactions with Forest Vegetation.

From Heath to Forest - Land-Use Transformation in Halland, Sweden (Vol 22, PG 561, 1993). Spatial Variation in Near Ground Radiation and Low Temperature – Interactions with Forest Vegetation. Climate vulnerability of managed forest ecosystems is not only determined by ecological processes but also influenced by the adaptive capacity of forest managers. To better understand adaptive behaviour, we conducted a questionnaire study among current and future forest managers (. active managers and forestry students) in Austria.

The lowest natural temperature ever directly recorded at ground level on Earth is −8. °C (−128. 6 °F; 18. K) at the Soviet Vostok Station in Antarctica on 21 July 1983 by ground measurements. On 10 August 2010, satellite observations showed a surface temperature of −9. °C (−135. 8 °F; 18. K) at 81°48′S 59°18′E, 8. °S 5. °E, along a ridge between Dome Argus and Dome Fuji, at 3,900 m (12,800 ft) elevation

Ground arthropods mediate key soil functions and ecological processes, yet little is known about the influence of. .

Ground arthropods mediate key soil functions and ecological processes, yet little is known about the influence of dryland vegetation pattern on their abundance and diversity.

Low- and midelevation forests in this area are among the tallest and most productive in the world, with average canopy heights in excess.

Here, our aims were to (i) characterize the spatial variation in forest ecosystem C density in an oldgrowth forest landscape, and (ii) identify the main factors influencing stand-scale variation in C storage across the landscape. We used light detection and ranging (Lidar) in combination with ground survey data to describe the spatial variation in landscape-level C stores. Low- and midelevation forests in this area are among the tallest and most productive in the world, with average canopy heights in excess of 75 m. Under natural conditions, Douglas-fir is a seral dominant on these sites and typically develops young, nearly pure, even-aged stands after severe fires.

Schematic slope model and potential slope–vegetation–atmosphere interaction phenomena. GWT, ground water table

Schematic slope model and potential slope–vegetation–atmosphere interaction phenomena. GWT, ground water table. Furthermore, Henry's law may be used to predict the air dissolution in the liquid phase, the psychrometric law to correlate suctions and relative humidities at a given temperature and predict the transition of water from the liquid to the gas phase, and Fourier's law to describe conductive heat fluxes through either the fluid or the solid skeleton (see Table 1). Moreover