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Opis: Functioning and Management of European Beech Ecosystems - Rainer Brumme

This volume compiles the results of long-term observations of site properties and ecosystem processes for three beech forests. Representing a spectrum of common beech forest sites in Central Europe, they receive similar atmospheric inputs and are growing under similar climatic conditions, but differ in their soil acidity. Significant differences were observed in the diversity and activities of fauna and microbes in these soils, which was the major driving variable for the nutrient cycling processes, growth patterns, greenhouse gas emissions and the C and N sequestration in these forests. Differences in N and C contents and cycling among the three beech sites represented three phases (quasi steady-state, accumulation and degradation) as described by ecosystem theory on the functioning and historical development of the N dynamic of other 50 European ecosystems. Various implications for the future management of these and similar beech sites are discussed. From the reviews: "Studying, understanding and managing such a complex forest system is the central theme of the book ... . The good news is that data from many unpublished PhD and Diploma theses are included in this book, and otherwise these would have been forever lost to public use. ... The result is a rather heterogeneous book that has its strengths ... . Overall, the book is very useful for soil scientists who seek detailed information about abiotic and microbial parameters of forest ecosystems ... ." (Mark Maraun, Basic and Applied Ecology, Vol. 11 (6), 2010)Introduction R. Brumme Part A Description of Long-term Observation Sites 1 General description of study sites H. Meesenburg, R. Brumme 2 Climatic condition at three beech forest sites in Central Germany O. Panferov, H. Kreilein, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, G. Gravenhorst 3 Soil properties H. Meesenburg, R. Brumme, C. Jacobsen, K.J. Meiwes, J. Eichhorn 4 Changes in C and N contents of soils under beech forests over a period of 35 years K.J. Meiwes, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, C. Jacobsen, P.K. Khanna 5 Vegetation W. Schmidt 6 Microbial Biomass R. Brumme, M. Raubuch, J. Priess, C.P. Wang, T.-H. Anderson 7 Soil Fauna M. Schaefer, J. Schauermann Part B Ecosystem Processes 8 Tree Growth, Biomass, and Elements in Tree Components of three beech sites P. Rademacher, P.K. Khanna, J. Eichhorn, M. Guericke 9 Fine Root Biomass, Turnover and Litter Production D. Murach, A. Horn, W. Ke-Hong, C. Rapp 10 Phytomass, Litter and Net Primary Production of Herbaceous Layer I.-M. Schulze, A. Bolte, W. Schmidt and J. Eichhorn 11 Biomass and Element Content of Foliage and Aboveground Litterfall on the three Long-Term Experimental Beech Sites - Dynamics and Significance P.K. Khanna, H. Fortmann, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, and K.J. Meiwes 12 The Role of Soil Fauna for Decomposition of Plant Residues M. Schaefer, S. Migge-Kleian, S. Scheu 13 Nitrogen and Carbon Transformations R. Brumme, J. Priess, C.P. Wang, M. Raubuch, G. Steinmetz, H. Meyer 14 Fate, Transport, and Retention of Applied 15N Labelled Nitrogen in Forest Soils R. Brumme, C.P. Wang, J. Priess, M. Raubuch, G. Steinmetz 15 Atmospheric deposition and canopy interactions H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, K.J. Meiwes 16 Changes in soil solution chemistry, seepage losses, and input-output budgets at three beech forests in response to atmospheric depositions R. Brumme, H. Meesenburg, M. Bredemeier, C. Jacobsen, E. Schonfelder, K.J. Meiwes, J. Eichhorn 17 Soil Respiration R. Brumme, W. Borken, J. Prenzel 18 N2O Emission from Temperate Beech Forest Soils R. Brumme and W. Borken 19 Methane Uptake by Temperate Forest Soils W. Borken and R. Brumme Part C Forest Management and Regional Scale Issues Concerning C and N 20 Microbial Biomass in Broad-leaved Forest Soils T.-H. Anderson 21 Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Forest Soils of Germany R. Brumme, M. Egenolf, C. Aydin, J. Block, K.J. Meiwes, K. v.Wilpert 22 Management Options for European Beech Forests in Relation to Changes in C and N status as described by the three study sites N. Bartsch and E. Rohrig Part D Synthesis 23 Stand, Soil and Nutrient Factors Determining the Functioning and Management of Beech Forest Ecosystems - A Synopsis R. Brumme


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Tytuł: Functioning and Management of European Beech Ecosystems
Autor: Rainer Brumme
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9783642003394
Rok produkcji: 2009
Ilość stron: 528
Oprawa: Twarda
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Functioning and Management of European Beech Ecosystems

This volume compiles the results of long-term observations of site properties and ecosystem processes for three beech forests. Representing a spectrum of common beech forest sites in Central Europe, they receive similar atmospheric inputs and are growing under similar climatic conditions, but differ in their soil acidity. Significant differences were observed in the diversity and activities of fauna and microbes in these soils, which was the major driving variable for the nutrient cycling processes, growth patterns, greenhouse gas emissions and the C and N sequestration in these forests. Differences in N and C contents and cycling among the three beech sites represented three phases (quasi steady-state, accumulation and degradation) as described by ecosystem theory on the functioning and historical development of the N dynamic of other 50 European ecosystems. Various implications for the future management of these and similar beech sites are discussed. From the reviews: "Studying, understanding and managing such a complex forest system is the central theme of the book ... . The good news is that data from many unpublished PhD and Diploma theses are included in this book, and otherwise these would have been forever lost to public use. ... The result is a rather heterogeneous book that has its strengths ... . Overall, the book is very useful for soil scientists who seek detailed information about abiotic and microbial parameters of forest ecosystems ... ." (Mark Maraun, Basic and Applied Ecology, Vol. 11 (6), 2010)Introduction R. Brumme Part A Description of Long-term Observation Sites 1 General description of study sites H. Meesenburg, R. Brumme 2 Climatic condition at three beech forest sites in Central Germany O. Panferov, H. Kreilein, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, G. Gravenhorst 3 Soil properties H. Meesenburg, R. Brumme, C. Jacobsen, K.J. Meiwes, J. Eichhorn 4 Changes in C and N contents of soils under beech forests over a period of 35 years K.J. Meiwes, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, C. Jacobsen, P.K. Khanna 5 Vegetation W. Schmidt 6 Microbial Biomass R. Brumme, M. Raubuch, J. Priess, C.P. Wang, T.-H. Anderson 7 Soil Fauna M. Schaefer, J. Schauermann Part B Ecosystem Processes 8 Tree Growth, Biomass, and Elements in Tree Components of three beech sites P. Rademacher, P.K. Khanna, J. Eichhorn, M. Guericke 9 Fine Root Biomass, Turnover and Litter Production D. Murach, A. Horn, W. Ke-Hong, C. Rapp 10 Phytomass, Litter and Net Primary Production of Herbaceous Layer I.-M. Schulze, A. Bolte, W. Schmidt and J. Eichhorn 11 Biomass and Element Content of Foliage and Aboveground Litterfall on the three Long-Term Experimental Beech Sites - Dynamics and Significance P.K. Khanna, H. Fortmann, H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, and K.J. Meiwes 12 The Role of Soil Fauna for Decomposition of Plant Residues M. Schaefer, S. Migge-Kleian, S. Scheu 13 Nitrogen and Carbon Transformations R. Brumme, J. Priess, C.P. Wang, M. Raubuch, G. Steinmetz, H. Meyer 14 Fate, Transport, and Retention of Applied 15N Labelled Nitrogen in Forest Soils R. Brumme, C.P. Wang, J. Priess, M. Raubuch, G. Steinmetz 15 Atmospheric deposition and canopy interactions H. Meesenburg, J. Eichhorn, K.J. Meiwes 16 Changes in soil solution chemistry, seepage losses, and input-output budgets at three beech forests in response to atmospheric depositions R. Brumme, H. Meesenburg, M. Bredemeier, C. Jacobsen, E. Schonfelder, K.J. Meiwes, J. Eichhorn 17 Soil Respiration R. Brumme, W. Borken, J. Prenzel 18 N2O Emission from Temperate Beech Forest Soils R. Brumme and W. Borken 19 Methane Uptake by Temperate Forest Soils W. Borken and R. Brumme Part C Forest Management and Regional Scale Issues Concerning C and N 20 Microbial Biomass in Broad-leaved Forest Soils T.-H. Anderson 21 Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen in Forest Soils of Germany R. Brumme, M. Egenolf, C. Aydin, J. Block, K.J. Meiwes, K. v.Wilpert 22 Management Options for European Beech Forests in Relation to Changes in C and N status as described by the three study sites N. Bartsch and E. Rohrig Part D Synthesis 23 Stand, Soil and Nutrient Factors Determining the Functioning and Management of Beech Forest Ecosystems - A Synopsis R. Brumme

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Autor: Rainer Brumme
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9783642003394
Rok produkcji: 2009
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