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Forest insect defoliation and carbon dynamics: simulating multiple defoliator outbreaks in mixed deciduous landscapes with LANDIS-IIAuthor(s): Jane Foster; Robert Scheller; Brian Sturtevant; Phillip Townsend; David Mladenoff
Source: In: US-IALE 25th annual landscape ecology symposium. Is what humans do natural; 2010 April 5-9; Athens, GA.: 70. Abstract.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionDefoliation outbreaks are dynamic forest disturbances with unique spatial and temporal characteristics that produce distinct changes in forest composition and carbon (C) balance.
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CitationFoster, Jane; Scheller, Robert; Sturtevant, Brian; Townsend, Phillip; Mladenoff, David. 2010. Forest insect defoliation and carbon dynamics: simulating multiple defoliator outbreaks in mixed deciduous landscapes with LANDIS-II. In: US-IALE 25th annual landscape ecology symposium. Is what humans do natural; 2010 April 5-9; Athens, GA.: 70. Abstract.
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