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Assessment of variability and uncertainty of soil organic carbon in a mountainous boreal forest (Canadian Rocky Mountains, Alberta)
article i nfo Mountainenvironmentsareheterogeneousanddynamicgeomorphicenvironmentssensitivetolanduseandcli- mate change. Heterogenic environmental conditions result in a large variability of mountainExpand
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Climate and wildfires in the North American boreal forest
The area burned in the North American boreal forest is controlled by the frequency of mid-tropospheric blocking highs that cause rapid fuel drying. Climate controls the area burned through changingExpand
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Estimation of temporal variations in historical fire frequency from time-since-fire map data
This paper describes an improved statistical methodology for estimating historical forest fire frequencies from time-since-fire map data. Of particular interest is the question of estimating fireExpand
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Looking forward through the past: Identification of 50 priority research questions in palaeoecology
Summary 1. Priority question exercises are becoming an increasingly common tool to frame future agendas in conservation and ecological science. They are an effective way to identify research fociExpand
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Introduction. The boreal forest and global change
The boreal forest is the second largest biome in the world containing 33% of the Earth's forest cover ([FAO 2001][1]) of which approximately 25% is natural. It is circumpolar and shares similar taxaExpand
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Effect on Stream/low of Cutting a Forest Understory BY
FOR SMALL HEADWATER drainages or watersheds, the water loss to the atmosphere through evapotranspiration (including interception) is influenced by changes in vegetation characteristics and rootExpand
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Succession an Unfinished Revolution
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Dispersal capacity and seed production in anemochorous plants
SummarySalisbury has argued that anemochory is less efficient than zoochory. His evidence indicates that zoochores produce fewer seeds and that far dispersing anemochores produce more seeds than doExpand
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Assessing possible shifts in wildfire regimes under a changing climate in mountainous landscapes
Abstract Climate change may affect the probability of extreme events such as wildfires. Although wildfires are some of the most important ecological processes in forest ecosystems, large-scaleExpand
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Postglacial adjustment of steep, low‐order drainage basins, Canadian Rocky Mountains
[1] It is generally argued that Pleistocene glaciation results in increased sediment flux in mountain systems. An important, but not well constrained, aspect of Pleistocene glacial erosion is theExpand
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