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Fluxes to and effects of Oz and SO2 on Picea Sitchensis, P. abies and Fagus sylvatica.

Martin C. Dobson

Fluxes to and effects of Oz and SO2 on Picea Sitchensis, P. abies and Fagus sylvatica.

by Martin C. Dobson

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Edition Notes

Thesis (D. Phil. ) - University of Ulster, 1990.

The Physical Object
Paginationv, 134p., tables, 4p. of plates :
Number of Pages134
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Open LibraryOL13937527M

Over the past decade, changes in climate have been sufficient to affect both the composition and function of forest ecosystems. The extent that projected climate change will continue to impact tree species vulnerabilities remains unclear and has been mainly assessed based on simple relationships between the distribution of mature trees and climate variables. The objective of this thesis was to. @article{osti_, title = {Reviews and syntheses: on the roles trees play in building and plumbing the critical zone}, author = {Brantley, Susan L. and Eissenstat, David M. and Marshall, Jill A. and Godsey, Sarah E. and Balogh-Brunstad, Zsuzsanna and Karwan, Diana L. and Papuga, Shirley A. and Roering, Joshua and Dawson, Todd E. and Evaristo, Jaivime and Chadwick, Oliver and McDonnell.

Betula pendula and Fagus sylvatica were grown in an elevated CO 2 atmosphere delivered using free air carbon dioxide enrichment (FACE) under field conditions in the U.K., and Picea abies was grown under elevated CO 2 in glass domes in the Czech Republic. We used morphotyping and sequencing of the internal transcribed spacer region of the fungal. Foliar Symptoms on Norway Spruce and Relationships to Magnesium Deficiencies.- Nutritional Disturbances and Declining Armand Pine in Southwestern China.- Element Composition of Leaves and Wood of Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) on SO2-Polluted Sites of the NE-Bavarian Mountain.- Element Contents of Spruce Needles (P. abies [L] Karst.).

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Fluxes to and effects of Oz and SO2 on Picea Sitchensis, P. abies and Fagus sylvatica by Martin C. Dobson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Difference chronologies based on these categories indicated trends of decline in the ‘high’ pollution sites relative to ‘low’ pollution site. In the more heavily polluted sites, the BAI of Fagus sylvatica has declined approximately 50% and Picea abies has declined 20% over the past 45 by: Environmental Pollution 59 () Ozone Flux to Picea sitchensis (Bong) Carr and Picea abies (L) Karst during Short Episodes and the Effects of These on Transpiration and Photosynthesis P.

Freer-Smith Forestry Commission, Forest Research Station, Alice Holt Lodge, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4LH, UK & M. Dobson Department of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, University of Ulster Cited by: The effects of O 3 episodes and drought on O 3 uptake, gas exchange and water relations of Picea abies (L.) Karst.

and P. sitchensis (Bong.) Carr. were investigated in two experiments. In the first a rapidly drying soil mixture was used, and seedlings of P.

abies were exposed to short (2 h) daily episodes of O 3 at 80 nl 1 −1 on each day of a Cited by: Dobson MC () Fluxes to, and effects of 0 3 and SO 2 on Picea abies, P.

sitchensis and Fagus sylvatica. PhD Thesis, University of Ulster, Ulster Google Scholar Dowding P () Air pollutant effects on plant by: Damage from ozone has been extensively studied for, among other species, Fagus sylvatica, Betula pendula, Picea abies, Picea sitchensis, Pinus ponderosa, Pinus strobus and Pinus sylvestris due to.

Conversely, the effects of NNFM on soil C stock in pure Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies plantations varied with soil nutrient content [25].

Our previous research showed that soil CO 2 emissions in. In Norway spruce (Picea abies), ozone‐exposed trees showed delayed dose‐dependent memory effects in the year following fumigation, at the time of the new needle flush Fluxes to and effects of Oz and SO2 on Picea Sitchensis et al. These effects appeared as pigment loss, banding, chlorosis and decline in.

Bayer D, Seifert S, Pretzsch H () Structural crown properties of Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica [L.]) in mixed versus pure stands revealed by terrestrial laser scanning.

Trees Struct Funct – CrossRef Google Scholar. In Picea abies it was called ‘top-dying’ in the s, ‘subtop-dying’ in the s (Barklund, ), and the ‘Red’ decline syndrome in the early s (Saxe, ; Saxe et al., ). Skre & Nes () confirmed that elevated winter temperature can increase needle loss in Picea abies and reduce growth the following season.

Management of Nutrition in Forests under Stress Proceedings of the International Symposium, sponsored by the International Union of Forest Research Organization (IUFRO, Division I) and hosted by the Institute of Soil Science and Forest Nutrition at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, Germany, held on September 18–21, at Freiburg, Germany.

From the research results and discussions presented in this book it becomes clear that a profound understanding of the various interrelationships of the nutritional aspects allows the implementation of specific management strategies to improve stability and productivity of forest ecosystems.

The experiment was conducted in a clearing of a mixed conifer forest (49°52′55″N, 11°36′8″E), close to the city Bayreuth in the north-eastern part of Bavaria, Germany. Norway spruce (P.

abies) is the dominant tree apart from very few exceptions such as birch (Betula pendula), beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Black pine (Pinus nigra).

The. Drawing together more than 25 years of work, this unique book sets a new standard on the ecophysiology of trees growing at the alpine timberline. Edited by field leaders Gerhard Wieser and Michael Tausz, the book will appeal to researchers and advanced students in the fields of botany, ecology and plant ecophysiology, as well as to a wider.

Light availability in forest understories is a well recognized constraint on sapling growth, but limitations in soil nitrogen (N) availability, and the link to foliar photosynthetic capacity, typically receive less consideration in describing stand dynamics.

My primary hypothesis is that light and soil N availability have species-specific effects on photosynthetic activity and growth, and that.

Exposure to O3 alone has not yet been shown to reproduce the symptoms of the various types of spruce decline which have been identified in Europe.

However, there is increasing evidence that this poll. Negative Ozone Effects on photosynthesis continued Triticum aestivum cv. Wheat, Winter (Vona) Poaceae Simulated acidic rain was tested on Acer saccharum, Pinus strobus and Quercus rubra. No negative effect on photosynthesis was observed.

Reich, P. and Amundson, R. G., "Ambient Levels of Ozone Reduce Net Photosynthesis in Tree and Crop. Cambridge Core - Natural Resource Management, Agriculture, Horticulture and forestry - Global Deforestation - by Christiane Runyan. Key Results. It is shown that the model can reproduce the effect of nitrogen fertilization on allocation patterns in apple trees and the effects of elevated CO 2 and competition in juvenile beech and spruce trees.

The analysis of model behaviour reveals that large fluctuations in plant internal availability of carbon and nitrogen are possible within a single vegetation period.

Anat Madmony, Roberto Tognetti, Letizia Zamponi, Paolo Capretti, Marco Michelozzi. - + Monoterpene responses to interacting effects of drought stress and infection by the fungus Heterobasidion parviporum in two clones of Norway spruce (Picea abie.

The effects of ozone on stomatal behaviour were observed both for trees that were well watered and others that were deprived of water for a period of time. In the well-watered trees there was increased stomatal resistance in the presence of ozone, but in the unwatered trees ozone reduced the increase in stomatal resistance that occurred as.

Management of Nutrition in Forests under Stress: Proceedings of the International Symposium, sponsored by the International Union of Forest Research Organization (IUFRO, Division I) and hosted by the Institute of Soil Science and Forest Nutrition at the A | Dale W.

Johnson, J. Timothy Ball (auth.), H. W. Zöttl, R. F. Hüttl (eds.) | download | B–OK.The topsoil of a forest ecosystem (dominated by Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies) in Upper Austria was sampled at six sampling dates between and and analysed for pH, organic carbon, and extractable Ca and Al.

All these parameters varied significantly with time.The critical levels for ozone effects on vegetation have been reviewed and revised by the LRTAP Convention.

Eight new or revised critical levels based on the accumulated stomatal flux of ozone (POD gamma, the Phytotoxic Ozone Dose above a threshold flux of Y nmol m(-2) PLA s(-1), where PLA is the projected leaf area) have been agreed.