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Forest management aims to better understand effects of natural disturbance regimes on forest dynamics and use this knowledge to formulate guidelines in forest planning, thereby narrowing gaps between managed and unmanaged forest landscapes. Using forest simulators to reconstruct forest dynamics in...

Author(s)
Maleki, K.; Lafleur, B.; Leduc, A.; Bergeron, Y.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Forest Ecology and Management, 2021, 479,
Abstract

We compared the relative frequencies of witness trees in historical deeds to the relative frequencies of tree species found in the present forests. Changes in relative frequencies of the five dominant tree species were noted in all ecological subsections, although all species found in the past...

Author(s)
Thomas-Van Gundy, M.; Morin, R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Forest Ecology and Management, 2021, 479,
Abstract

Food-chain length, or the trophic level of an apex predator, is among the most important properties of food-webs with implications for community structure, ecosystem processes and pollutant accumulation in forests. Three main hypotheses (ecosystem-size, productivity, and disturbance) have been...

Author(s)
Matas, A.; Mac Nally, R.; Albacete, S.; Carles-Tolrá, M.; Domènech, M.; Vives, E.; Espadaler, X.; Pujade-Villar, J.; Maceda-Veiga, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Forest Ecology and Management, 2021, 479,
News Article

SARS-CoV-2, or COVID19, has now been a part of daily life for most of the world for almost a year. It has become a huge focal point for research, and...

Date
November 2020
Author(s)
James Cullum
Miscellaneous

A description is provided for Meriderma echinulatum, a myxomycete which occurs on dead, sometimes dry, leaves, living and dead stems, and twigs of various angiosperms and gymnosperms. Some information on its interactions and habitats, economic impacts, intraspecific variation, dispersal and...

Author(s)
Kryvomaz, T. I.; Michaud, A.; Minter, D. W.
Publisher
CABI
Publication
IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, 222,
CAB ReviewFull Text

The avocado (Persea americana Mill.) is from an ancient plant lineage, the Lauraceae. Although evidence for human consumption dates back 15,000 years, commercialisation has occurred only over the last 150 years. The most commonly traded variety was first the green-skin 'Fuerte' (green as it...

Date
May 2020
Subjects
fruits; crop quality; avocados; plant pathogens; plant pathogenic fungi; postharvest decay; plant viruses; plant diseases; symptoms; storage decay; geographical distribution; fungicides; pathogens
Author(s)
Everett, K. R.
Event

13 - 15 October 2021 - Portland Hilton Downtown hotel

Venue
Portland Hilton Downtown hotel
Country
Portland, Oregon
Contact
Dr. Chris Hunt, Chair of Organising Committee
AbstractFull Text

Many factors can influence the structures and distributions of plant communities. Plant diversity of swamp forests reflect responses to water stress conditions. We evaluated the floristic diversity, structure, and composition of the regenerating shrub-tree species of six swamp forests in veredas...

Author(s)
Ávila, M. A.; Souza, S. R.; Nunes, Y. R. F.; Mota, N. M.; Santos, R. M. dos
Publisher
Instituto de Florestas, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro
Publication
Floresta e Ambiente, 2021, 28, 1,

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