Coniferous Forest Biome : summary of research and synthesis activities July 1975-August 1976 Public Deposited

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Research activities in the post-IBP phase of the Biome program prior to July 1975 were reported in Internal Report 162. Summaries of research and synthesis activities from July 1975 to August 1976 are presented here. The reports are arranged in the following order: Analysis of individual terrestrial ecosystems, which has three components (behavior and Strategies of Individual Ecosystems, Environment and Plant Succession and the Land-Use Model); Analysis of Watersheds, which has two components (Watershed 10 and Findley Lake); and Analysis of aquatic ecosystems, which is divided into two components (Lakes and Streams). A total list of Biome publications is included in the Appendix. A more specific list of open literature publications is available from the Biome Office. Progress of the synthesis activities is discussed in Section 5.

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  • Progress report : July 1975 - August 1976
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  • Leaf conductance in different forest stands -- Nutrient uptake and translocation by young Douglas-fir trees -- Growth and nitrogen dynamics in Douglas-fir -- Primary production and nutrient cycling in different forest environments -- Comparative stand level nutrient availability from terrestrial litter decomposition -- Decomposition Cedar River -- Response of forest ecosystems to fertilizer -- Stand Structural Geometry -- Nutrient exchange -- Nutrient leaching -- Role of Douglas-fir bark beetles in carbon and nutrient cycling -- Forest vegetation dynamics within the Abies amabilis zone of a western Cascades watershed -- Succession simulation -- Validation data -- Land Use Simulation -- Litter decomposition- Comparative rates of CO2 production from the forest floor in the Douglas-fir ecosystem -- Vascular plant communities -- Watershed Z0 - biomass, productivity, and nutrient cycling -- Soil solution and groundwater chemistry -- Plant water relations, hydrology and meteorology -- Erosion processes -- Carbon, water, and nutrient cycling modeling in old-growth ecosystems -- Hydrology and erosion modeling and computer -- Stream linkages and comparisons -- Use and conservation of carbon -- LitterfaZZ and water inputs -- Terrestrial studies of soil water chemistry -- Stream Ecosystems -- Lake Ecosystems -- Carbon, nutrient and elemental cycling -- Land-lake interactions -- Higher consumers Lake Washington Fish
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  • Internal report (U.S. International Biological Program. Coniferous Forest Biome)
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  • no. 164
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