A Process-Based Approach to Estimate Chinese Fir ( Cunninghamia lanceolata ) Distribution and Productivity in Southern China under Climate Change

@inproceedings{Lu2015APA,
  title={A Process-Based Approach to Estimate Chinese Fir ( Cunninghamia lanceolata ) Distribution and Productivity in Southern China under Climate Change},
  author={Yuhao Lu and Nicholas C. Coops and Tongli Wang and Guang-Yu Wang},
  year={2015}
}
Understanding the distribution and productivity of Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) under climate change is critical given the ecological and economic importance of the species. Recently, process-based growth models have grown in their popularity given their simplicity and data availability, and they are increasingly being used to map the distribution and productivity of tree species. In this paper, we study the extent of variation of the current range shift and the productivity of the… CONTINUE READING

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