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The objective of this study was to develop a system of compatible equations to estimate eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus Labill.) tree aboveground biomass and biomass of tree components for forest b...
Modelling masting habit, i.e. the spatial synchronized annual variability in fruit production, is a huge task due to two main circumstances: (1) the identification of main ecological factors… (More)
The work described in this paper aimed to establish a single set of parameter values for a process-based model (3-PG), applicable to Eucalyptus globulus Labill. in Portugal. Initial testing was don...
Modelling growth of trees or stands when age is not available is often necessary. This is the case in national forest inventories or when age is not a main determinant of growth (e.g., trees growing… (More)
To comply with the demands of the Kyoto Protocol, industrialized countries must reliably estimate the stored carbon (C) in different pools of forest ecosystems. The main objective of this study was… (More)
Post-fire mortality has been studied using a variety of methods (e.g. Fowler and Sieg 2004; Sieg et al., 2006) that may be classified into two main groups. The first includes indirect approaches for… (More)
In Tunisia, the Aleppo pine seed has a great importance, since in the last decades human consumption has risen considerable. Thus its regeneration and seed production capacities are important factors… (More)
Abstract The development of a model for the prediction of the evolution of individual tree cork caliber over time, from a measurement taken at a certain point in time, was the main objective of this… (More)
Abstract Two Eucalyptus globulus catchments in Central Portugal were instrumented to gain some understanding of the hydrological effects of coppicing forest stands of this fast-growing species.… (More)
Phoracantha semipunctata(F.) larvae attack and kill trees in Eucalyptus globulus (Labill.) plantations in Mediterranean countries. To test the hypothesis that these attacks are more likely in arid… (More)