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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 6, JUNE 1994

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS... IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: ECOSYSTEMS


Item #d94jun26

"A Modelling Analysis of the Effects of Climatic Warming on the Probability of Spring Frost Damage to Tree Species in the Netherlands and Germany," K. Kramer (DLO Inst. For. & Nat. Res., POB 23, 6700 AA Wageningen, Neth.), Plant, Cell & Environ., 17(4), 367-377, Apr. 1994.

Concludes that the probability will decrease, and explains contradictory results found in two previous studies.


Item #d94jun27

"Postfire Vegetation Recovery and Tree Establishment at the Arctic Treeline: Climate-Change--Vegetation-Response Hypotheses," S.M. Landhäusser (Dept. For. Sci., Univ. Alberta, Edmonton AB T6G 2H1, Can.), R.W. Wein, J. Ecol., 81(4), 665-672, Dec. 1993.

Field comparisons of burned and unburned sites suggest that, under global warming, deciduous tree species with long-distance seed dispersal mechanisms will increase in abundance and will invade the tundra in a stepwise fashion after each fire.

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Item #d94jun28

"Hydraulic Reversals and Episodic Methane Emissions During Drought Cycles in Mires," E.A. Romanowicz (Heroy Geol. Lab., Syracuse Univ., Syracuse NY 13244), D.I. Siegel, P.H. Glaser, Geology, 21(3), 231-234, Mar. 1993. Used the drought of 1990 as an analog to predict changes in CH4 emissions to the atmosphere from boreal peatlands under global warming conditions.


Item #d94jun29

"Model Simulations of Dissolved Oxygen Characteristics of Minnesota Lakes: Past and Future," H.G. Stefan (Dept. Civil Eng., Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis MN 55414), X. Fang, Environ. Mgmt., 18(1), 73-92, Jan.-Feb. 1994. Includes a doubled-CO2 scenario.


Item #d94jun30

"Recent Centuries of Vegetational Change in the Glaciated North-Eastern United States," E.W.B. Russell (Dept. Geol. Sci., Rutgers Univ., Newark NJ 07102), R.B. Davis et al., J. Ecol., 81(4), 647-664, Dec. 1993.


Item #d94jun31

"Fire History and Climate Change in Giant Sequoia Groves," T.W. Swetnam (Lab. Tree-Ring Res., Univ. Arizona, Tucson AZ 85721), Science, 262(5135), 885-889, Nov. 5, 1993.


Item #d94jun32

"Effects of Climate Change on Decomposition in Arctic Tussock Tundra: A Modeling Synthesis," D.L. Moorhead (Dept. Biol. Sci., Texas Tech Univ., Lubbock TX 79409), J.F. Reynolds, Arctic & Alpine Res., 25(4), 403-412, Nov. 1993.


Item #d94jun33

"Soil Warming and Trace Gas Fluxes: Experimental Design and Preliminary Flux Results," W.T. Peterjohn (Ecosys. Ctr., Marine Biol. Lab., Woods Hole MA 02543), J.M. Melillo et al., Oecologia, 93(1), 18-24, 1993.

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