Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra

Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra

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Following the discovery of large petroleum reserves in northern Alaska, the US Department of Energy implemented an integrated field and modeling study to help define potential impacts of energy-related disturbances on tundra ecosystems. This volume presents the major findings from this study, ranging from ecosystem physiology and biogeochemistry to landscape models that quantify the impact of road-building. An important resource for researchers and students interested in arctic ecology, as well as for environmental managers concerned with practical issues of disturbances.Am Soc Agric Spec Publ 49, Madison, Wisconsin, ... Holarct Ecol 7: 305-324 Bunnell FL, Tait DEN, Flanagan PW, Van Cleve K (1977) Microbial respiration and substrate weight loss. ... Chapin FS III, Jefferies RL, Reynolds JF, Shaver GR, Svoboda J (1992) Arctic plant physiological ecology: a challenge for the future.

Title:Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra
Author: James F. Reynolds, John D. Tenhunen
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-04-17

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