Published December 31, 1899
by Springer .
Written in English
Handbook of Vegetation Science
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||656|
Vegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and management. Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul T Tueller. Forest rangeland relationships.- Ecological principles and their application to rangeland management practice in South Africa.- Range management from grassland ecology.- Riparian values as a focus for range management and vegetation science.- Vegetation Science Rangeland Applications.- Rangeland vegetation productivity and. Vegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and management Series: Handbook of Vegetation Science, Vol. 14 Natural grasslands, pastures and meadows are among the vegetation types most frequently investigated with phytosociological methods. This was one of the reasons why vol Application of vegetation science to grassland. Lent P.C., Klein D.R. () Tundra vegetation as a rangeland resource. In: Tueller P.T. (eds) Vegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and Cited by: 3.
By Neil E. West, Published on 01/01/ Journal/Book Title/Conference. Vegetation science applications for rangeland analysis and management Handbook of Cited by: 3. However, numerous strategies to arrest and remedy rangeland degradation, such as rangeland re-vegetation, water harvesting, soil surface scarification, and livestock grazing management are . He and the colleagues he motivated to compile volume 14 on Application of vegetation science to rangeland analysis and management have created a truly global coverage of . Project Methods Because semi-arid rangeland ecosystems often exhibit nonlinear dynamics, we will use the state-and-transition model theory as a conceptual underpinning to study plant community attributes and key ecological processes involving C, N and water. C, N and water processes will be studied to provide insight into potential mechanisms that govern changes .
Introduction. Rangelands cover approximately 70% of the global terrestrial land surface (Holechek et al., ) and provide food, fiber, fuel, water, and critical ecosystem services for 2 billion people and 50% of the global livestock population (Briske, ).Rangeland ecosystems around the world are undergoing rapid changes due to changing climate, wildfire regimes, land-use Cited by: 3. In a summary, this book is a comprehensive coverage of entry‐level material for beginners in both the fundamental principles and potential applications of remote sensing to answer questions relating to vegetation structure and functioning at the individual leaf scale to complex landscapes and : Ranjani Wasantha Kulawardhana. Measurements for Terrestrial Vegetation, 2 nd Edition presents up-to-date methods for analyzing species frequency, plant cover, density and biomass data. Each method is presented in detail with a full discussion of its strengths and weaknesses from field applications through statistical characteristics of bias and use of the correct probability distribution to describe and analyze by: Agricultural expansion has eliminated a high proportion of native land cover and severely degraded remaining native vegetation. Managers must determine where degradation is severe enough to merit restoration action, and what action, if any, is necessary. We report on grassland degraded by multiple factors, including grazing, soil disturbance, and exotic plant species Cited by: