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- Boer, Matthias M., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Ecological complexity 2011 v.8 no.4 pp. 347-356
- ecosystem management; ecosystems; forests; landscapes; simulation models; weather
- ... Scale invariant patterns have been observed in a range of terrestrial and marine ecosystems. These patterns are commonly interpreted as a signature of a self-organising system where global structures emerge from local dynamic interactions between system elements. In effect, an analogy is drawn to the scale invariant output of self-organised model systems, such as the Drossel and Schwabl forest fir ...
- Boer, Matthias M., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of vegetation science 2011 v.22 no.6 pp. 1009-1020
- Orchidaceae; ecosystems; ectomycorrhizae; environmental factors; fire regime; forests; nitrogen; plant communities; roots; soil; soil nutrients; species diversity; vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; Western Australia
- ... Questions: How does the abundance and richness of plant assemblages with different functional (regeneration and nutrient acquisition) traits vary with fire regime, moisture availability and substrate fertility? What is the role of different functional traits in maintaining plant diversity under changing environmental conditions in seasonally dry and fire-prone environments? Location: Southwest Wes ...