A forest growth and biomass module for a landscape simulation model, LANDIS: design, validation, and application

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Predicting the long-term dynamics of forest systems depends on understanding multiple processes that often operate at vastly different scales. Disturbance and seed dispersal are landscape-scale phenomena and are spatially linked across the landscape. Ecosystem processes (e.g., growth and decomposition) have high annual and inter-specific variation and are… (More)

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@inproceedings{Scheller2004AFG, title={A forest growth and biomass module for a landscape simulation model, LANDIS: design, validation, and application}, author={Robert M. Scheller and David J. Mladenoff}, year={2004} }