The authors explain the implications of changes at both the plant and stand levels, and they extrapolate the data to ecosystem-level responses, such as changes in nutrient cycling, biodiversity and carbon sequestration.
Foreword * Preface * Introduction * Carbon Cycle Processes * Water Cycle Processes* Decomposition and Soil Carbon Turnover * Plant Growth and Mortality * Response of Other Organisms * Forest Stand-Level Syntheses * Extrapolations * Appendix: List of Scientific and Common Species Names
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