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Demographic drivers of tree biomass change during secondary succession in northeastern Costa Rica

Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America

Aug 13, 2015

Danaë M A Rozendaal, Robin L Chazdon

Abstract

Second-growth tropical forests are an important global carbon sink. As current knowledge on biomass accumulation during secondary succession is heavily based on chronosequence studies, direct estimates of annual rates of biomass accumulation in monitored stands are largely unavailable. ...read more

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Study
Trees (plant)
Phytophthora sp. Costa Rica 1
Carbon
Growth Substances
Pharmacologic Substance
Monitoring - Action
Specialty Physician
Species
Pentaclethra macroloba
2
115
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Demographic drivers of tree biomass change during secondary succession in northeastern Costa Rica

Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America

Aug 13, 2015

Danaë M A Rozendaal, Robin L Chazdon

PMID: 26263671

DOI: 10.1890/14-0054.1

Abstract

Second-growth tropical forests are an important global carbon sink. As current knowledge on biomass accumulation during secondary succession is heavily based on chronosequence studies, direct estimates of annual rates of biomass accumulation in monitored stands are largely unavailable. ...read more

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Phytophthora sp. Costa Rica 1
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Growth Substances
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Monitoring - Action
Specialty Physician
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2
115

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