Terrestrial Global Productivity

Terrestrial Global Productivity

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As the global climate changes, there are concomitant changes in global biological productivity. This book is devoted to the assessment of terrestrial Net Primary Productivity (qthe total amount of energy acquired by green plants during photosynthesis, minus the energy lost through respirationq--APDSaT, pp. 1457). The book is comprised of three major sections. The first section is a review of the processes that operate globally to influence productivity--these are the initial conditions of any model of primary productivity. The second section is comprised of chapters that assess the contribution of particular ecosystems to global productivity. The final major section contains chapters of a synthetic nature that describe attempts to model global productivity. This book should appeal to both ecologists and environmental scientists.Outlook: Development of an Improved Database Progress in understanding the global carbon cycle has been seriously ... Without such a capacity, Earth system science will be inhibited to provide input into a policy-making progress, which is, for the first time in history, seriously considering the global nature of ... The NOAA/ NASA Pathfinder AVHRR Land Data Set Usera#39;s Manual.aquot; Goddard Distributed Active Archive Center, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Bazilevich, N. L ( 1993).

Title:Terrestrial Global Productivity
Author: Jacques Roy, Bernard Saugier, Harold A. Mooney
Publisher:Academic Press - 2001

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