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- Booth, T.H.; Broadhurst, L.M.; Pinkard, E.; Prober, S.M.; Dillon, S.K.; Bush, D.; Pinyopusarerk, K.; Doran, J.C.; Ivkovich, M.; Young, A.G.
- Forest ecology and management 2015 v.347 pp. 18-29
- carbon dioxide, etc ; Eucalyptus; climate change; climate models; climatic factors; drought; forests; genomics; growth models; pests; photosynthesis; provenance; temperature; trees; Australia; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The purpose of this paper is to review studies relevant to potential climate change impacts on natural stands of eucalypts, with a view to identifying not only specific lessons for the management of native forests in Australia but also some general lessons relevant to native forests anywhere. More than 800 species of Eucalyptus are found naturally across Australia, as well as species such as E. de ...
- Birdsey, Richard; Pan, Yude
- Forest ecology and management 2015 v.355 pp. 83-90
- carbon dioxide, etc ; biodiversity; biofuels; carbon sequestration; carbon sinks; climate change; emissions; forests; habitat fragmentation; harvesting; humans; land use change; nontimber forest products; social services; soil water; timber production; wood; Africa; South America; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Global forests are increasingly affected by land-use change, fragmentation, changing management objectives, and degradation. In this paper we broadly characterize trends in global forest area by intensity of management, and provide an overview of changes in global carbon stocks associated with managed forests. We discuss different interpretations of “management” and highlight some important accoun ...