1 edition of Ecological studies in the Colorado alpine found in the catalog.
Ecological studies in the Colorado alpine
1982 by Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado in Boulder .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by James C. Halfpenny.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado -- no. 37., Occasional paper (University of Colorado, Boulder. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research) -- 37.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
I think this book will be a valuable addition to all students, scientists, and organizations involved in mountain timberline and global change research. Laura Mujica-Crapanzano. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado , ://
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Marr INSTAAR Occasional Paper 37pp. [From the Preface] This report reviews the understanding of the alpine ecosystems as a first step in the University of Colorado, Long-Term Ecological Research project (CULTER), which is monitoring and studying the alpine ecosystem as exemplified on Niwot Ridge and Kendziorski is working with Professor Dan Doak, a conservation biologist who studies demography and climate change in relations to alpine plants, and with Doak’s postdoctoral scientist Megan Peterson.
One plant of interest to Doak and which Kendziorski is focusing on this summer is Silene acaulis or moss campion, also called cushion :// The book is potentially of interest to a broad audience, and it will serve as a good introduction to what is known about the Colorado alpine tundra from an ecosystem perspective, a benchmark for comparison with arctic and alpine tundra elsewhere, and as a summary of much o the research done at the Niwot Ridge LTER site." › Books › History › Americas.
Structure and function of an alpine ecosystem, Niwot Ridge, Colorado. Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press. E-mail Citation» An excellent book that joins together the different lines of research from climate and early atmosphere-biosphere research to specific areas of ecological studies in alpine Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 71(2) Halfpenny, James C., ed.
Ecological Studies in the Colorado Alpine: A Festschrift for John W. Marr. INSTAAR Occasional Paper University of Colorado Committee on University Scholarly Publications.
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