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Migration of tree species in New England based on elevational and regional analyses
Solomon, Dale S.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Radnor, PA
Written in English
|Statement||Dale S. Solomon, William B. Leak.|
|Series||Research paper NE ;, 688, Research paper NE (Broomall, Pa. : 1988) ;, 688.|
|Contributions||Leak, William B., Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)|
|LC Classifications||SD11 .A455493 no. 688|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. :|
|LC Control Number||95132464|
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northern New England and an upward displacement of the coniferous/deciduous elevational boundary by about m (Hamburg and Cogbill ). However, since there have been no attempts to directly measure species migration in New England, we conducted a study Cited by: The U.S.
Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Solomon DS, Leak WB () Migration of tree species in New England based on elevational and regional analysis, in Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. Research Paper NE U.S.
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Google ScholarAuthor: Dale S. Solomon, William B. Leak, David Y. Hollinger. neighborhood analyses of canopy tree competition along environmental gradients in new england forests charles d.
canham, 1,5 michael j. papaik,1 mari´a uriarte,1 william h. mcwilliams,2 jennifer c. jenkins,3 and mark j. twery 4 1institute of ecosystem studies, box ab, millbrook, new york usa. The postglacial history of three Picea species in New England, USA Article in Quaternary Research 59(1) January with 43 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The tree migration model TreeMig is presented as an example for modeling a complex ecological system. The model was derived from a forest gap model, reducing the gap models' complexity by model Author: Heike Lischke.
tree growth along environmental gradients for eight of the most common tree species in southern New England and southeastern New York using forest inventory and analysis (FIA) data, information theoretic decision criteria, and multi-model inference to evaluate models.
1. Introduction. Advance regeneration, tree seedlings that establish and persist in the forest understory, represents an important ‘seedling bank’ (sensu Grime, ) for replacing canopy trees after canopyfor many tree species, advance regeneration is the primary means by which they are recruited into the forest canopy after disturbance (Smith and Ashton, ).Cited by: Forest tree community and species turnover along an elevational gradient.
Spatial GDMs showed that the single spatial predictor of elevation was sufficient to explain between % and % of the overall deviance in forest tree community composition for each census period (see Appendix S1: Figure S).Author: Brittany M.
Verrico, Jeremy Weiland, Timothy D. Perkins, Brian Beckage, Stephen R. Keller. Climate change is anticipated to alter plant species distributions. Regional context, notably the spatial complexity of climatic gradients, may influence species migration potential.
While high-elevation species may benefit from steep climate gradients in mountain regions, their persistence may be threatened by limited suitable habitat as land area decreases with elevation.
Regional context, notably the spatial complexity of climatic gradients, may influence species migration potential. While Mountain landscapes offer few opportunities for high‐elevation tree species migration - Bell - - Global Change Biology - Wiley Online Library. Neighborhood analyses of canopy tree competition along environmental gradients in New England forests.
Canham CD(1), Papaik MJ, Uriarte M, McWilliams WH, Jenkins JC, Twery MJ. Author information: (1)Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Box AB, Millbrook, New YorkUSA.
[email protected] by: A total of 75 tree species (≥30 cm gbh), belonging to 60 genera and 40 families were recorded from the study area. Individuals were categorized into three groups, seedling, sapling and adult based on girth classes and the status of natural regeneration of species was determined based on their population by: The lack of objective tree species lists hinders the assessment of climate change effects on tree species distributions.
The goal of this studywas to develop and evaluate criteria for selecting tree species used in large-scale tree migration monitoring by: The Conference promises to deliver a dynamic array of talks and workshops focused on how we monitor the ways climate change is impacting forest ecosystems and the effectiveness of management actions to adress climate change.
The agenda lists the contributed talks, working group sessions, posters and plenary topics to be featured at this year's meeting. We analyzed the effects of competition on tree growth along environmental gradients for eight of the most common tree species in southern New England and southeastern New York using forest inventory and analysis (FIA) data, information theoretic decision criteria, and multi-model inference to evaluate by: CLIMATE CHANGE PROJECTIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL TREE SPECIES THE NORTHERN FOREST The region’s forests will be affected by a changing climate during this century.
A team of forest managers and researchers created an assessment that describes the vulnerability of forests in New England and northern New York (Janowiak et al. in press). ThisFile Size: KB.
The goal of this study was to compare historic and current spatial distributions of tree species for sets of northern and southern tree species in the eastern United States using regionwide forest inventories.
Based on the results of this study, no conclusions could be Cited by: 7. With passing time, the evidence is mounting that changes are indeed occurring in forest composition and productivity. Evidence of migration of tree species along elevational gradients (up or down) has been mounting for some time, along with the ecological explanations for such movements [22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30].Cited by: 4.The best‐fit model for adult species, based on AIC, was a continuous model using basal area of neighboring trees within 2 m, so we fit linear least squares regression models for each species with continuous competitive environment (basal area of neighboring trees within 2 Cited by: Guiding research questions and hypotheses.
The research platform was designed to test five general hypotheses that have been highlighted as unresolved in recent review and opinion papers (e.g., Hillebrand and Matthiessen,Nadrowski et al.,Cardinale et al., ).The first four hypotheses have been explored extensively in other systems but need further attention in forest Cited by: