3 edition of Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology found in the catalog.
Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology
|Statement||editors, James P. Lassoie, Thomas M. Hinckley.|
|Contributions||Lassoie, J. P., Hinckley, Thomas M., New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Dept. of Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||QK938.F6 T43 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||599 p. :|
|Number of Pages||599|
|LC Control Number||90019888|
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: Techniques & Approaches to Forest Tree Ecophysiology (): Lassoie, James P., Hinckley, Thomas M.: BooksAuthors: James P. Lassoie, Thomas M. Hinckley. The multiauthored book includes 25 papers from a workshop held at Cornell University's Arnot Teaching and Research Forest on August The chapters, which were extensively reviewed, give overviews and discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of various techniques in forest tree ecophysiology.
A certain amount of overlap in subject coverage occurs so that chapters are. Twenty-five contributed chapters (by authors chosen for their Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology book, working knowledge of certain tree ecophysiological techniques) provide overviews, with discussions of advantages and disadvantages, of various techniques for the measurement of water relations, nutrient relations, hormonal relations, carbon flux, and growth and development in forest trees.
Get this from a library. Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology. [J P Lassoie; Thomas M Hinckley; New York State College of Agriculture and. Pallardy SG, Pereira JS, Parker WC () Measuring the state of water in tree systems. In: Lassoie JP, Hinckley TM (eds) Techniques and approaches in forest tree ecophysiology.
CRC Press, Boca Raton Google ScholarCited by: 1. Symposium «The Physiology of Forest Trees», held in at the Harvard Forest, is also remarked as a step forward in the incorporation of forest trees as experimental material and the application of modern techniques in Plant Physiology.
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A combined approach, involving innovative data collection and transmission methods, may provide an early warning system for trees operating beyond the normal or safe mode and may offer unique insights into ecological dynamics and physiological responses to climatic perturbations that are not represented by estimates of forest cover or biomass.
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All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Techniques And Approaches In Forest Tree Ecophysiology. Author by: J. Lassoie Twenty-five contributed chapters (by authors chosen for their contemporary, working knowledge of certain tree.
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