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Changes of Atmospheric Chemistry and Effects on Forest Ecosystems : A Roof Experiment Without Roof :  A Roof Experiment Without Roof - R. F. Huttl

Changes of Atmospheric Chemistry and Effects on Forest Ecosystems : A Roof Experiment Without Roof

A Roof Experiment Without Roof

By: R. F. Huttl (Editor), Klaus Bellmann (Editor)

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Introduction to the SANA-Project; K. Bellmann, R. Grothe. Site description; R.F. Hüttl, K. Bellmann. Nutrient element distribution in the above-ground biomass of Scots pine stands; H.-P. Ende, R.F. Hüttl. Response of sulphur- and nitrogen-containing compounds in Scots pine needles; H. Schulz, et al. Photosynthetic capacity, respiration and water use efficiency in Scots pine stands; G.E. Dudel, et al. Tree canopy and field layer transpiration in Scots pine stands; D. Lüttschwager, et al. Hydraulic architecture of Scots pine; S. Rust, et al. Estimating fine root production of Scots pine stands; F. Strubelt, et al. Mycorrhizal morphotypes of Scots pine stands; B. Münzenberger, R.F. Hüttl. Decomposition of needle, herb, and root litter and Of-layer humus in Scots pine stands; C. Bergmann, et al. Seasonal variability of organic matter and N input with litterfall in Scots stands; C. Bergmann, et al. Soil chemical response to drastical reductions in deposition and its effects on the element budgets of Scots pine ecosystems; M. Weisdorfer, et al. Radial increment growth of Scots pine stands; U. Neumann, G. Wenk. Modelling of carbon, nitrogen, and water balances in Scots pine stands; R. Grote. The long-term change of the soil status under the influence of industrial deposition in Scots pine stands of the Dübener Heide; A. Konopatzky, C. Freyer. A landscape model for the investigation of atmogenic pollution effects on the dynamics of Scots pine ecosystems; M. Erhard, M. Flechsig. Synopsis; K. Bellmann, R. Grote. Concluding remarks; K. Bellmann, R.F. Hüttl.

Introduction to the SANA-Project
Site description
Nutrient element distribution in the above-ground biomass of Scots pine stands
Response of sulphur- and nitrogen-containing compounds in Scots pine needles
Photosynthetic capacity, respiration and water use efficiency in Scots pine stands
Tree canopy and field layer transpiration in Scots pine stands
Hydraulic architecture of Scots pine
Estimating fine root production of Scots pine stands
Mycorrhizal morphotypes of Scots pine stands
Decomposition of needle, herb, and root litter and Of-layer humus in Scots pine stands
Seasonal variability of organic matter and N input with litterfall in Scots stands
Soil chemical response to drastical reductions in deposition and its effects on the element budgets of Scots pine ecosystems
Radial increment growth of Scots pine stands
Modelling of carbon, nitrogen, and water balances in Scots pine stands
The long-term change of the soil status under the influence of industrial deposition in Scots pine stands of the Dubener Heide
A landscape model for the investigation of atmogenic pollution effects on the dynamics of Scots pine ecosystems
Synopsis
Concluding remarks
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ISBN: 9780792357131
ISBN-10: 0792357132
Series: Nutrients in Ecosystems, 3
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 325
Published: September 1999
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 22.23  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.75