♥ Book Title : Trees in Patagonia
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book is a guide to the native trees and approximately 95% of the introduced arboreal species of Argentine and Chilean Patagonia. Keys based on vegetative characters and richly illustrated descriptions of more than 170 species form the core of the manual."Article| Bernardo Gut| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : The Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego
☯ Full Synopsis : "Written by highly qualified Argentine scientists and scholars, this book focuses on the uninterrupted geological and paleontological record of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego since the Miocene-Pliocene boundary to the arrival of man and modern times. This region is an outstanding area for research, with significant interest at the international level. It provides an updated overview of the scientific work in all related fields with a strong paleoclimatic approach. Patagonia has also been a sort of a "paleoclimatic bridge" between the Antarctic Peninsula and the more northerly land masses, since the final opening of the Drake Passage in the middle Miocene. Timely and comprehensive, The Late Cenozoic of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego is the only monograph book written in English. * One-stop resource for paleontological information of the Late Cenozoic of Patagonia * Covers 5 million years in the uninterrupted history of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego * Comprehensive coverage of the region written by highly qualified Argentine scientists and scholars"Article| J. Rabassa| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Contribution to the Flora of North Patagonia and the Adjoining Territory
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♥ Book Title : Chilean trees around the world
☯ Full Synopsis : "This book is a selection of sixty stories from around the world, encompassing some fifty Chilean trees species and over three hundred pictures. Each one of the stories confirm the knowledge and appreciation that may foreigners have of Chilean trees. It is a ten years research of the author and numerous Chilean ant international collaborators. Today the book can be enjoyed by specialists, as well as people with a simple curiosity in botanic. The stars are the Chilean trees, but the protagonists are also the places, the stories of how the trees were planted there and the people with which they coexist."Article| Rodrigo Fernández Carbó| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Exam Prep Flash Cards for Early Miocene Paleobiology in Patagonia
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| no defined| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : A Two Years' Cruise Off Tierra Del Fuego, the Falkland Islands, Patagonia, and in the River Plate
☯ Full Synopsis : "This two-volume work of 1857 is a first-hand account of wide-ranging service for the South American Missionary Society."Article| William Parker Snow| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : A Description of Patagonia, and the Adjoining Parts of South America
☯ Full Synopsis : "Originally published in 1774, this is a first-hand account of the geography, customs and language of Patagonia and its peoples."Article| Thomas Falkner| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Idle days in Patagonia
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| William Henry Hudson| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes
☯ Full Synopsis : "Increasing evidence suggests that the composition and spatial configuration – the pattern – of forest landscapes affect many ecological processes, including the movement and persistence of particular species, the susceptibility and spread of disturbances such as fires or pest outbreaks, and the redistribution of matter and nutrients. Understanding these issues is key to the successful management of complex, multifunctional forest landscapes, and landscape ecology, based on a foundation of island bio-geography and meta-population dynamic theories, provides the rationale to deal with this pattern-to-process interaction at different spatial and temporal scales. This carefully edited volume represents a stimulating addition to the international literature on landscape ecology and resource management. It provides key insights into some of the applicable landscape ecological theories that underlie forest management, with a specific focus on how forest management can benefit from landscape ecology, and how landscape ecology can be advanced by tackling challenging problems in forest (landscape) management. It also presents a series of case studies from Europe, Asia, North America, Africa and Australia exploring the issues of disturbance, diversity, management, and scale, and with a specific focus on how human intervention affects forest landscapes and, in turn, how landscapes influence humans and their culture. An important reference for advanced students and researchers in landscape ecology, conservation biology, forest ecology, natural resource management and ecology across multiple scales, the book will also appeal to researchers and practitioners in reserve design, ecological restoration, forest management, landscape planning and landscape architecture."Article| Raffaele Lafortezza| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Roving South, Rio Grande to Patagonia
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♥ Book Title : The Impacts of Climate Variability on Forests
☯ Full Synopsis : "This volume contains a selection of scientific papers which were presented at an international workshop on the impacts of climatic variability held in Wengen, Switzerland, September 1997. For the first time, an assessment is made of the interactions between physical and biological elements of the Earth System on the basis of shifts in extreme climatic conditions, rather than simply changes in mean atmospheric conditions which research has tended to focus on until recently. Natural ecosystems and forests are typical examples of systems which, while constrained within certain ranges of mean climate, can undergo rapid and often irreversible damage in the face of short-lived but intense extreme events."Article| Martin Beniston| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Tree Rings and Natural Hazards
☯ Full Synopsis : "Dendrogeomorphology Beginnings and Futures: A Personal Reminiscence My early forays into dendrogeomorphology occurred long before I even knew what that word meant. I was working as a young geoscientist in the 1960s and early 1970s on a problem with slope movements and deformed vegetation. At the same time, unknown to me, Jouko Alestalo in Finland was doing something similar. Both of us had seen that trees which produced annual growth rings were reacting to g- morphic processes resulting in changes in their internal and external growth p- terns. Dendroclimatology was an already well established field, but the reactions of trees to other environmental processes were far less well understood in the 1960s. It was Alestalo (1971) who first used the term, dendrogeomorphology. In the early 1970s, I could see that active slope-movement processes were affecting the growth of trees in diverse ways at certain localities. I wanted to learn more about those processes and try to extract a long-term chronology of movement from the highly diverse ring patterns."Article| Markus Stoffel| Statement ..."