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Nitrous oxide sources - Tropical Soils
N to our atmosphere each year. Of this, around 3 million tonnes comes from wet forest soils, with the remainder being emitted from the soil of dry savannas. Tropical and temperate ...
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Papers - CO2 March 2003
Seasonal carbon dioxide emission from a Scots pine forest and chamber technique Loescher et al. Control of carbon dioxide exchange in a tropical wet forest Newman et al. Elevated carbon dioxide and ... in atmospheric carbon dioxide at American Samoa Observatory Karnosky Impacts of elevated carbon dioxide on forest ecosystems Kohut Long-term impacts of carbon dioxide on natural systems Leaf et al. ...
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The Regional Impacts of Climate Change
In Thailand, for instance, the area of tropical forest could increase from 45% to 80% of total forest cover, whereas in Sri Lanka, a significant increase in dry forest and a decrease in wet forest could occur. Projected increases ...
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Forest Campaign Update
Goolengook) all ready to disappear right now. What Can you do? There are no pre-logging surveys in any of East Gippsland’s forest ... forest. We’d like to look at the type of forest ie; wet ...
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Monteverde Costa Rica Cloud Forest - info / maps / Hotels / Rainforest
Forest of Costa Rica (Bosque Nuboso de Los Ninos), is in a transition zone from pre-mountain wet forest to pre-mountain moist forest. Because of its location on the Pacific slope, elevation and humidity, Bajo del Tigre is a very different habitat from other rain forest ...
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All Wet in Oregon
Conservancy, September/October 1993 ALL WET IN OREGON Steve Gordon trudges through watery mud meandering through hummocks ... the site as the best remaining piece of the Willamette Valley wet prairie--an important habitat for rare species that has been ... a habitat that is in much shorter supply than old-growth forest." Wetlands acquisition, rehabilitation and maintenance will cost an estimated $16.4 ...
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ForestHarvest - Scottish woodlands and non-timber forest products
Scots pine and larch. Conifers (softwoods) account for some 82% of all Scotland's forest trees: Find out more about Conifer plantations Native woodlands Native woodlands (i.e. woods ... (20%) Upland oakwoods (20%) Upland mixed ashwoods (8%) Wet woodlands (8%) Lowland mixed broadleaved woods (2%) External links Scotland's woodland resource Caledonian Forest Information Centre The hand of man Almost ...
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ForestHarvest - non-timber products from wet woodlands in Scotland
Scotland ForestHarvest : non-timber forest products in Scotland HOME | SCOTTISH WOODLANDS | NTFP BENEFITS | HISTORICAL USE LINKS | SITE INDEX SCOTTISH WOODLANDS | NTFP BENEFITS | HISTORICAL USE LINKS | SITE INDEX Wet ... waterlogged ground opens up as the river deposits new sandbanks, the wet woodlands spread. Wet woodlands can play an important role in helping to control riverbank ...
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Intro to the New Forest cSAC
New Forest cSAC The New Forest LIFE Projects The New Forest cSAC comprises extensive wet and dry heaths with rich valley mires and associated wet and dry grasslands, ancient pasture and ... LIFE II Project | LIFE III Project | NATURA 2000 ©2003-Copyright New Forest Life Partnership All rights reserved Photographs © New Forest Life Partnership and Forest Life Picture Library, unless otherwise ...
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Background to the New Forest LIFE II project
The New Forest cSAC supports a complex mosaic of wildlife habitats, formerly common in lowland western Europe, but now rare and fragmented. The New Forest cSAC comprises extensive wet and dry heaths with rich valley mires and associated wet and dry grasslands, ancient pasture and enclosed woodlands, ...
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