- Author:James P. Lassoie,Thomas M. Hinckley
- Publisher:CRC Press; 1 edition (January 3, 1991)
- Pages:616 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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Techniques and Approaches in Forest Tree Ecophysiology. 0849368669 (ISBN13: 9780849368660).
Techniques and Approaches in Forest Tree Ecophysiology.
Aug. 16-19, 1986 and cosponsored by the Dept. of Natural Resources, Cornell University.
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James p. lassoie, thomas M. hinckley and charles C. grier. Conifer lorests ecophysiology ofmajor Northwest tree species in the. continues northward into Canada and Vancouver The conilerous forests described in this chapter are. British Columbia, western Montana, geological depression. range from sea level to about 1800 m in Oregon and. Mountain regions. Particular emphasis will be on. influencing the. The geology, physiography, and soils of this steep, forests. Glaciation and vulcanism have shaped .
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DG Sprugel, TM Hinckley, W Schaap. Tree water storage and its diurnal dynamics related to sap flow and changes in stem volume in old-growth Douglas-fir trees
DG Sprugel, TM Hinckley, W Schaap. Temporal and spatial variations in the water status of forest trees. Tree water storage and its diurnal dynamics related to sap flow and changes in stem volume in old-growth Douglas-fir trees. J Čermák, J Kučera, WL Bauerle, N Phillips, TM Hinckley. Tree physiology 27 (2), 181-198, 2007. Physiological techniques. normally confined to the laboratory
James p. Introduction . Community structure . Physiological characteristics and responses . Tree structure . Conclusion. normally confined to the laboratory. were brought into the field to examine processes under natural environmental conditions. This blending of field and laboratory approaches promoted the design of experiments which were of direct relevance to understanding the distribution and abundance of plants in nature. Physiological mechanisms were studied and assessed in the context of the functioning of plants under natural conditions rather than as an end in itself.
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Flooding Facility Helps Scientists Examine the Ecophysiology of Floodplain Species Used in Bottomland Hardwood Restorations. by Brian R. Lockhart, Emile S. Gardiner, Theodor D. Leininger, Kristina F. Connor, Paul B. Hamel, Nathan M. Schiff, A. Dan Wilson and Margaret S. Devall. Hinckley (ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Clawson, K. Flynn, R. Rummer, S. Meadows, B. Stokes and J. Stan-turf.
Annals of Forest Science, is a source of information about current . Duhme . Hinckley . Growth and water relations of four deciduous tree species (Fagus sylvatica . Quercus petraea Liebl
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