Forests and Their Canopies: Achievements and Horizons in Canopy Science.

@article{Nakamura2017ForestsAT,
  title={Forests and Their Canopies: Achievements and Horizons in Canopy Science.},
  author={Akihiro Nakamura and Roger L. Kitching and Min Cao and Thomas J. Creedy and Tom Maurice Fayle and Martin Freiberg and C Nick Hewitt and Takao Itioka and Lian Pin Koh and Keping Ma and Yadvinder Malhi and A K Mitchell and Vojtech Novotny and Claire M. P. Ozanne and Liang Song and Han Wang and Louise A Ashton},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={32 6},
  pages={438-451}
}
Forest canopies are dynamic interfaces between organisms and atmosphere, providing buffered microclimates and complex microhabitats. Canopies form vertically stratified ecosystems interconnected with other strata. Some forest biodiversity patterns and food webs have been documented and measurements of ecophysiology and biogeochemical cycling have allowed analyses of large-scale transfer of CO2, water, and trace gases between forests and the atmosphere. However, many knowledge gaps remain. With… CONTINUE READING
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