Composition, dynamics and disturbance regime of temperate deciduous forests in Monsoon Asia

@article{Nakashizuka2004CompositionDA,
  title={Composition, dynamics and disturbance regime of temperate deciduous forests in Monsoon Asia},
  author={Tohru Nakashizuka and Shigeo Iida},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={121},
  pages={23-30}
}
Temperate deciduous forests in Monsoon Asia are classified into three forest types which differ in floristic composition, dynamics and disturbance regime. The cool temperate mixed deciduous broadleaf/conifer forest, dominated by Quercus spp. (mainly Q. mongolica or Q. crispula) and conifers, is distributed in northern parts of the temperate zone. The cool temperate deciduous forest, dominated by Fagus crenata, is distributed in Honshu, Japan under a humid climate through the year. The warm… CONTINUE READING
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