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  1. Forest Ecology by Burton V. Barnes, Donald R. Zak, et all 1998-02-24
  2. Forest Ecology, Third Edition by James P. Kimmins, 2003-08-05
  3. The Hidden Forest: The Biography of an Ecosystem by Jon R. Luoma, 2006-04-30
  4. Tropical Forest Remnants: Ecology, Management, and Conservation of Fragmented Communities
  5. Ecology, Planning, and Management of Urban Forests: International Perspective (Springer Series on Environmental Management)
  6. Ecology of an African Rain Forest: Logging in Kibale and the Conflict Between Conservation and Exploitati by THOMAS STRUHSAKER, 1999-02-01
  7. Applications of Physiological Ecology to Forest Management (Physiological Ecology) by J. J. Landsberg, S. T. Gower, 1996-12-16
  8. Tropical Forest Ecology: A View from Barro Colorado Island by Egbert Giles Leigh, 1999-03-04
  9. Ecology and Management of Forest Soils by Richard F. Fisher, Dan Binkley, 2000-03-07
  10. Forest Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques (Techniques in Ecology & Conservation) by Adrian Newton, 2007-07-12
  11. Oak Forest Ecosystems: Ecology and Management for Wildlife
  12. Forest Ecosystems by David A. Perry, 1995-02-01
  13. A Forest of Voices: Conversations in Ecology by Chris Anderson, Lex Runciman, 2000-01-07
  14. Rain, Rain, Rain Forest by Brenda Z. Guiberson, 2004-04-01

1. Publications Of Team "Mountain Forests Ecology" At The Swiss Federal Research In
Publications of Team Mountain forests ecology Reprints can be ordered from theauthors directly Search by Authors Schönenberger , Kupferschmid, Wehrli
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Research Team "Mountain Forest Ecology" News Projects Reports Links homepage Team / Topics Teams: Forest Ecosystem Management Mountain Forest Ecology Forest growth Publications of Team Mountain Forests Ecology:
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2. Extension Publications -- Interior Cedar-Hemlock-White Pine Forests: Ecology & M
Interior CedarHemlock-White Pine forests ecology Management. MISC0229 Author(s)David M. Baumgartner, James E. Lotan, and Jonalea R. Tonn, eds.


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Multimedia Plants WSU Employees and Volunteers Author(s): David M. Baumgartner, James E. Lotan, and Jonalea R. Tonn, eds. From the March 2-4, 1993 meeting in Spokane, Washington, the resultant compendium presents an inclusive view of numerous factors in managing and protecting this resource. Sections explore: the resource, ecology, health, multi-resource management, regeneration, silviculture, and poster presentations. Graphs, illustrations, and complete referencing provides a useful tool for many experience levels. Published: January 1994. Revised: January 1994. 370 pages. In Stock Purchase: Price: See also... Landscape Plant Problems: A Pictorial Diagnostic Manual More Info Our Price: Coastal Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest More Info Our Price: How to Identify Rhododendron and Azalea Problems More Info Our Price: Contact us: Bulletins Accessibility Policies WSU Extension Bulletin Office

3. Biodiversity In Boreal Forests: Ecology And Dynamics Of Species In Complex Lands
Biodiversity in boreal forests ecology and dynamics of species in complex landscapesProf. Ilkka Hanski, University of Helsinki (ilkka.hanski(at)
Biodiversity in boreal forests: ecology and dynamics of species in complex landscapes
Prof. Ilkka Hanski, University of Helsinki ( ilkka.hanski(at) Refereed articles
Hanski, I. K. 1998: Home ranges and habitat use in the declining flying squirrel, Pteromys volans, in managed forests. -Wildlife Biology 4: 33-46. (Pteromys volans) Entephria polata (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). - Entomol. Fennica 8: 87-88. Stereocaulon paschale and allied species in Finland - Sauteria 9: 25-36. Picea abies stands in southern Finland. - Journal of Vegetation Science 9: 283-292. Trogus lapidator (Fabricius) ssp. panzer) Carlson (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) in Finland: new rearing records and comments on its distribution. - Entomol. Fennica 8: 5-6. Varkonyi, G. 1998: Metopius harpyiae (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Metoplinae) new to Finland. - Entomol. Fennica 9: 52. Varkonyi, G. 1998: Notes on Leptocampoplex cremastoides (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Campopleginae), a new genus and species to the Finnish fauna. - Entomol. Fennica 9: 215-216. Virkkala, R. 1997: The significance of a reserve network in preserving the biodiversity of forests (In Finnish with English summary). Suomen Riista 43:38-47.

4. The Pine Looper In Siberian Forests Ecology, Population Dynamics
The pine looper in Siberian forests ecology, population dynamics, impact on forests(Sosnovaya pyadenitsa v lesakh Sibiri Ekologiya, dinamika chislennosti
The pine looper in Siberian forests: Ecology, population dynamics, impact on forests (Sosnovaya pyadenitsa v lesakh Sibiri: Ekologiya, dinamika chislennosti, vliyanie na nasazhdeniya)
2002. Novosibirsk, 202x150, 43 tabs, 39 b/w graphs, In Russian, title, contents and a summary in English.
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5. Easter Deciduous Forests: Ecology And Wildlife Conservation
Easter Deciduous forests ecology and Wildlife Conservation. by Richard H.Yahner. Title Easter Deciduous forests ecology and Wildlife Conservation.
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6. Forest Ecology Home Page
The Forest ecology Laboratory studies the structure, growth and function offorest ecosystems, particularly the canopy portion of deciduous forests.
Forest Ecology People Publications Links Educators/Students Home Canopy Structure Microclimate Succession Production ... Smithsonian Institution The Structure and Function of Forests in the Real World The Forest Ecology Laboratory studies the structure, growth and function of forest ecosystems, particularly the canopy portion of deciduous forests. We study the exchange of energy and materials between the canopy and the atmosphere, the ecology of canopy organisms, and the physiological behavior of canopy surfaces. We hypothesize that the structure of the canopy influences the way forests work and we are working to clarify the rules relating canopy structure and function.
Most of our research is centered in a tall, mixed species forest on the SERC property, where we study the microclimate conditions within the forest as well as the transfer of radiation, heat, water vapor and carbon dioxide to and from the atmosphere. We also study these relations in other forests, including different developmental stages of the core forest type, and forests in other climates. With the understanding gained from these studies we hope to make general predictions about how forests function to control microclimate and water balance, accumulate carbon dioxide, and provide habitat for organisms.

7. Rain Forests And Planet Ecology
Collaborative Thematic Unit. Theme Rain forests and Planet ecology. by Susan Cochran and Ann Schwarting. Focus Through the use of literature and related activities, students will expand their knowledge of rain forests and planet ecology.
Collaborative Thematic Unit Theme: Rain Forests and Planet Ecology by Susan Cochran and Ann Schwarting
Focus: Through the use of literature and related activities, students will expand their knowledge of rain forests and planet ecology. Grade Level: Primary (3rd - 5th grades) Objectives: On completion of this thematic unit, students will: 1. Know at least ten animals of the rain forests. 2. Have an understanding of the geographic location of rain forests. 3. be able to identify the various climates and people of the rain forests. 4. understand why rain forests are endangered. 5. Learn why rain forests are necessary for planet ecology and ways that people can help preserve the environment. Materials and Resources: A. Printed Resources Save the Earth , Banners: Theme Digest. A magazine for children providing information about the rain forests, activities, and ways to help save the earth. Sticky Fingers Rain Forest , by Ting and Neil Morns. Franklin Watts, 1994. Activity book for children which provides both literature and related activities. Tropical Rain Forests , by Wendy Weir. Carson-Dellosa publishing, 1993. Contains patterns and activities for exploring the ecosystems of the rain forests around the world.

8. Welcome To Iwokrama
An autonomous international rain forest conservation, research and development organisation based in Guyana. It is set up to demonstrate how tropical forests can be sustainably managed and the biodiversity conserved. Activities in forest ecology, wildlife management, adventure tourism, carbon sequestration, participatory approaches and the use of technology such as GIS in decision making.

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9. Forest Ecology And Management
Elsevier international journal on application of biological, ecological and social knowledge to the management of manmade and natural forests. Contributor information, subscription information, and online abstracts.

10. Florida 4-H Forest Ecology
4H ecology Contest and 4-H Forest Project Books . You don t have to be a 4-H erto use it, though. Everyone is encouraged to explore Florida s forests, both
Welcome to the Florida 4-H Forest Ecology Website!
Here you can identify and learn more about the dominant trees and companion plants in eight different forest ecosystems in Florida. Information about forest wildlife, forest insects, and forest diseases is also included. This site is brought to you by the School of Forest Resources and Conservation at the University of Florida Florida is a botanical paradise, with tropical plants in south Florida, and Appalachian species in north Florida. The biodiversity here is phenomenal! That also means that wherever you are, it will be hard to learn ALL of Florida's trees by hiking outdoors. If you live in the north, for example, you'll have to learn about Gumbo Limbo and Saltwort on this website.
This site has been designed to accompany the Florida 4-H Ecology Contest and 4-H Forest Project Books . You don't have to be a 4-H'er to use it, though. Everyone is encouraged to explore Florida's forests, both outdoors and on the web.
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11. Alberta Centre For Boreal Research
Information about the ecology and management of boreal forests in western Canada.
The Alberta Centre for Boreal Studies About Us Fact Sheets Reports What's New The Alberta Centre for Boreal Studies was initiated by the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (Edmonton Chapter) for the purpose of providing reliable up-to-date information to the public about the ecology and management of boreal forests in western Canada. The information in this site may be freely copied and distributed, though we ask that acknowledgment be given to the Centre. New Book!
Alternative Futures: Alberta's Boreal Forest at the Crossroads
Alternative Futures is a citizen's guide to the issues facing Alberta's northern forest. Dr. Schneider reviews the history and current state of the forestry and petroleum industries, and describes the ecological impacts these industries are having on the forest. Considerable space is dedicated to the description of new approaches to forest management, based on maintaining natural patterns and processes. ( more About the Centre Find out more about the goals and organization of the Centre.

12. STRI - What We Do - Research Programs - Forest Ecology
Forest ecology Tropical forests contain an unknown number of speciesof animals, plants, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Presently
Who we are What we do Scientific Staff Where we are ... Join Us Research Programs International Activities Library Protection Publications ...
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Fragments Project (BDFFP)

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Science (CTFS)
Biodiversity Group (ICBG)

Tropical Forest Canopy
... Tropical Marine Ecology Forest Ecology Tropical forests contain an unknown number of species of animals, plants, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Presently about 1 million species have been described and named by taxonomists, the scientists who identify, name and describe new species. Although some estimates go as high as more than 30 million species, there is a consensus that a more realistic estimate is that presently earth has about 5 to 10 million species. Individuals of these species form an astonishingly complex web of behavioral and ecological interactions, and STRI researchers are trying to unravel this web.
STRI pioneered the use of construction cranes to study the upper forest canopy , and formed a pantropical network of forest plots to investigate basic forest biology at different tropical sites . We are intensively studying the forest and its constituent parts to analyze the physiological, morphological, behavioral and life history mechanisms with which populations respond to environmental changes over short and long time-scales. Long-term, intensive data also are needed for understanding how tropical forests respond to, or are impacted by, major climatic perturbations such as

13. Otorongo Holistic Ecology Centre - Centro De Ecolgía Holistica Otorongo Peru
Situated in Moyobamba, Peru, is an independant organization working with principles of deep ecology in the defence and conservation of the Amazonian forests.
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The Otorongo Holistic Ecology Centre, situated in Moyobamba, is an independant organization working with principles of deep Ecology in the defence and conservation of the Amazonian Forests. We are a 'not for profit' organization dedicated to the preservation of the incredible biodiversity of the Amazonian Forest, including the habitat of the great Jaguar (panther onca) known locally as the Otorongo. Our vision and mission are to work inspiring in the local population the respect for the Forest and thus the appropriate and sustainable use of the natural resources. The Centre, founded by Huayqui Ocean, Visionary, Musician and Ecologist, proposes a life style where we are fully linked in coexistence with the organic elements of Nature, so that from there we may be led to a revaluation of all that surrounds us. For we are interdependent; linked with all that exists in natural form. Understanding this we live in a more harmonious way. Our thoughts and feelings are connected with the treatment that our local and planetary habitat receives. For that reason our main objective is the creation of Eco-Communities, model societies with Holistic principles, integrating ancestral knowledge and ecological technologies. These are tools which will give us impulse and encouragement to find solutions to local and global problems.

14. Study Of Tropical Forests Overturns Important Theory In Ecology -- Finding May C
A painstaking effort to track every square inch of plant life in large patches of tropical forests has started to produce significant discoveries in ecology. Princeton professor of ecology and track the diversity of species in tropical forests. The location that provided
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Study Of Tropical Forests Overturns Important Theory In Ecology Finding May Cast Doubt On Some Conservation Methods
PRINCETON, N.J. A painstaking effort to track every square inch of plant life in large patches of tropical forests has started to produce significant discoveries in ecology. Princeton professor of ecology and evolutionary biology Stephen Hubbell, a founder of the project, is using the research to answer fundamental questions about what factors come into play in maintaining the diversity of life on Earth.
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15. Tall Timbers Research Station
Conducts research aimed at providing practical solutions to land management problems, and to provide basic insights into how southern pine forests function as dynamic ecosystems. Site includes the E.V. Komarek Fire ecology Database online. Located in Northern Florida and Southern Georgia.
We need your membership support! Annual Membership gifts help support the day-to-day operations of Tall Timbers and are the lifeblood of our organization. As a charitable non-profit organization, Tall Timbers relies on the generous support of our members to help sustain the important ecological research and conservation programs within the organization. In order to continue this important work, Tall Timbers has begun a membership campaign to attract new members. The campaign will focus on the Red Hills community and will include a letter-writing appeal , new membership brochure, outdoor advertising and a television public service announcement (PSA). Two new Tall Timbers publications for sale on-line! Tall Timbers has recently published two new publications that are available for sale by phone, by fax or on-line through our Publications link (see Information Resources menu at right). You can also order by clicking on the title of each publication. The Red Hills Forestry Stewardship Guide , published in December 2003, is the final product of a grant Tall Timbers received from the Turner Foundation. The purpose of the grant was to determine and map the extend of native ground cover in the Red Hills Region of south Georgia and North Florida, and to evaluate and describe forest management strategies that have perpetuated the open pine woodlands and associated values in the region. Reflected in the

16. Greater Flagstaff Forest Partnership
The Greater Flagstaff forests Partnership is an alliance of 25 environmental and governmental organizations dedicated to researching and demonstrating approaches to forest ecosystem restoration in
Ecology of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests Moir, William H., B. Geils, M.A. Benoit, and D. Scurlock. 1997. Ecology of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests. Pages 3-27 in Block, William M. and D.M. Finch, tech. ed. Songbird ecology in southwestern ponderosa pine forests: a literature review. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-292. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 152 p. What is Ponderosa Pine Forest and Why is it Important? Peleoecology Climate and Soils Vegetation ... Literature Cited WHAT IS PONDEROSA PINE FOREST AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? Forests dominated by ponderosa pine ( Pinus ponderosa var.

17. Domain Of Arbeitsgemeinschaft Regenwald Und Artenschutz (ARA) E.V./ Germany
Consultant in tropical ecology, with applications to development projects. Offers knowledge in agroforestry and ecophysiology of rainforests, pressures on ecosystems, indigenous people and forests. Based in Hamburg, Germany.
Main My First Home Page htmlAdWH('7002588', '234', '60'); This is the domain of the Working Community On Rainforests And Species Conservation (ARA) in Bielefeld/Germany. The homepage address of ARA is:
Dies ist die Domain der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Regenwald und Artenschutz (ARA) e.V. in Bielefeld. Die Internet-Adresse von ARA lautet:
The site of ecologist Christian Offer has moved to/die Adresse des Ökologen Christian Offer hat sich geändert: Kooperationen und Kontakt/ Cooperations and contact -Nichtregierungsorganisationen im Entwicklungs- und Umweltbereich/ NGOs of development and environment -Entwicklungsprojekte weltweit/ international development projects
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18. Kelp Forests-Table Of Contents
Table of Contents. I. Kelp Forest Distribution and ecology. A. Dominant species. B. Seasonal patterns and kelp life histories. II. Algal Assemblages Associated with Kelp forests. III. III. Invertebrate and Vertebrate Assemblages Associated with Kelp forests. A. Invertebrates
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I. Kelp Forest Distribution and Ecology
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19. Grupo Ecologico Sierra Gorda
A nonprofit group concerned about the ecology and people of the Sierra Gorda region in Queretaro. Includes ecotours, environmental education, community improvement, and protection and regeneration of forests.
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20. Forest Ecology: Publications
Forest ecology. Brown, MJ, GG Parker and N. Posner. 1994. A survey of ultravioletBradiation in forests. Journal of ecology 82843-853. Parker, GG 1994.
Forest Ecology People Publications Links Educators/Students Home Canopy Structure Microclimate Succession ... Smithsonian Institution Publications Nelson, R. Parker, G. and Horn, M. A portable airborne laser system for forest inventory. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 69:267-273. Lefsky, M.A., Cohen, W.B., Harding, D.J., Parker, G.G., Acker, S.A., and Gower, S.T. Lidar remote sensing of aboveground biomass in three biomes. Global Ecology and Biogeography 11:393-400. Parker, G.G., S.M. Chapotin, and M. Davis. Canopy light transmittance in an age sequence of Douglas-fir/western hemlock stands. Tree Physiology 22:147-157. Harding, D, M.A. Lefsky, G.G. Parker and B. Blair. Laser altimetry canopy height profiles: methods and validation for closed-canopy, broadleaved forests. Remote Sensing of Environment 76:283-297. Lefsky, M.A., W.B. Cohen, D.J. Harding, and G.G. Parker. Lidar remote sensing for ecosystem studies. BioScience 52:19-30. Parker, G.G., M.A. Lefsky, and D.J. Harding.

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