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- Revelli, Roberto; Porporato, Amilcare
- Urban ecosystems 2018 v.21 no.3 pp. 489-504
- carbon; carbon sequestration; cities; climate change; climatic factors; ecosystem services; ecosystems; energy; evapotranspiration; green infrastructure; irrigation; leaching; models; nitrogen; nutrient content; nutrients; rain; rain intensity; runoff; seasonal variation; soil nutrients; street trees; temperature; tree trunk; urban areas; urban soils; urbanization
- ... Urban green spaces have been recognized as an important source of ecosystem services, whose quantification requires the determination of quantities related to energy, water, carbon and soil nutrient content. In this paper we propose a stochastic ecohydrological model that couples two existing models for water and nutrients in urban soil at the single street-tree scale. The model input are rainfall ...
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- Kirchheimer, Bernhard; Wessely, Johannes; Gattringer, Andreas; Hülber, Karl; Moser, Dietmar; Schinkel, Christoph C. F.; Appelhans, Marc; Klatt, Simone; Caccianiga, Marco; Dellinger, Agnes; Guisan, Antoine; Kuttner, Michael; Lenoir, Jonathan; Maiorano, Luigi; Nieto‐Lugilde, Diego; Plutzar, Christoph; Svenning, Jens‐Christian; Willner, Wolfgang; Hörandl, Elvira; Dullinger, Stefan
- Ecology letters 2018 v.21 no.3 pp. 392-401
- Ranunculus; alpine plants; ecological differentiation; glaciation; models; niches; parthenogenesis; Alps region
- ... Asexual taxa often have larger ranges than their sexual progenitors, particularly in areas affected by Pleistocene glaciations. The reasons given for this ‘geographical parthenogenesis’ are contentious, with expansion of the ecological niche or colonisation advantages of uniparental reproduction assumed most important in case of plants. Here, we parameterized a spread model for the alpine buttercu ...
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