Large trees drive forest aboveground biomass variation in moist lowland forests across the tropics

J. W. Ferry Slik, - and Gary Paoli, - and Krista McGuire, - and Ieda Amaral, - and Jorcely Barroso, - and Meredith Bastian, - and Lilian Blanc, - and Frans Bongers, - and Patrick Boundja, - and Connie Clark, - and Murray Collins, - and Gilles Dauby, - and Yi Ding, - and Jean‐Louis Doucet, - and Eduardo Eler, - and Leandro Ferreira, - and Olle Forshed, - and Gabriella Fredriksson, - and Jean‐Francois Gillet, - and David Harris, - and Miguel Leal, - and Yves Laumonier, - and Yadvinder Malhi, - and Asyraf Mansor, - and Emanuel Martin, - and Kazuki Miyamoto, - and Alejandro Araujo‐Murakami, - and Hidetoshi Nagamasu, - and Reuben Nilus, - and Dr. Eddy Nurtjahya, M.Sc., - (2013) Large trees drive forest aboveground biomass variation in moist lowland forests across the tropics. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22 (12). ISSN 1466-822X

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Abstract

Large trees (d.b.h. ≥ 70 cm) store large amounts of biomass. Several studies suggest that large trees may be vulnerable to changing climate, potentially leading to declining forest biomass storage. Here we determine the importance of large trees for tropical forest biomass storage and explore which intrinsic (species trait) and extrinsic (environment) variables are associated with the density of large trees and forest biomass at continental and pan‐tropical scales.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions: KARYA TULIS DOSEN > Biologi
Depositing User: UPT Perpustakaan UBB
Date Deposited: 26 Mar 2020 03:09
Last Modified: 08 May 2020 04:35
URI: http://repository.ubb.ac.id/id/eprint/3093

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