Improving the formulation of tree growth and succession in a spatially explicit landscape model

@inproceedings{Schumachera2004ImprovingTF,
  title={Improving the formulation of tree growth and succession in a spatially explicit landscape model},
  author={Sabine Schumachera and Harald Bugmanna and David J. Mladenoffb},
  year={2004}
}
  • Sabine Schumachera, Harald Bugmanna, David J. Mladenoffb
  • Published 2004
Long-term forest landscape dynamics are determined by a set of driving forces including large-scale natural disturbances, land-use, the physical environment, and stand-scale succession processes. Landscape models have an important role as tools for synthesizing existing information and making projections of possible future vegetation dynamics on large spatial scales. However, current landscape models cannot readily be used to study: (1) the change from weakly to strongly disturbed landscapes… CONTINUE READING
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