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Main Title Ecology and biogeography of Pinus /
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Author Title of a Work
Richardson, D. M.
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 36621846
ISBN 0521551765; 9780521551762
Subjects Pine--Ecology. ; Pine--Geographical distribution. ; Dennen. ; Biogeografie. ; Ecologie. ; Pins--âEcologie. ; Pins--Distribution géographique.
Internet Access
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Table of contents http://www.gbv.de/dms/goettingen/235824658.pdf
Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam028/97011056.html
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ELBM  QK494.5.P66E27 1998 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 11/16/2001
Collation xvii, 527 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
Ecology and biogeography of Pinus : an introduction / David M. Richardson and Philip W. Rundel -- Phylogeny and systematics of Pinus / Robert A. Price, Aaron Liston and Steven H. Strauss -- Early evolution of pines / Constance I. Millar -- The late Quaternary dynamics of pines in northern Asia / Constantin V. Kremenetski, Kam-biu Liu and Glen M. MacDonald -- The late Quaternary dynamics of pines in Europe / Katherine J. Willis, Keith D. Bennett and H. John B. Birks -- The late Quaternary dynamics of pines in northern North America / Glen M. MacDonald, Les C. Cwynar and Cathy Whitlock -- The history of pines in Mexico and Central America / Jesse P. Perry, Jr., Alan Graham and David M. Richardson -- Pines of the Mediterranean Basin / Marcel Barbéro [and others] -- The recent history of pinyon pines in the American Southwest / Ronald M. Lanner and Thomas R. Van Devender -- Macroecological limits to the abundance and distribution of Pinus / George C. Stevens and Brian J. Enquist -- Fire and pine ecosystems / James K. Agee -- Evolution of life histories in Pinus / Jon E. Keeley and Paul H. Zedler -- Genetic variation in Pinus / F. Thomas Ledig -- Seed dispersal in Pinus / Ronald M. Lanner -- Ecophysiology of Pinus / Philip W. Rundel and Barbara J. Yoder -- The mycorrhizal status of Pinus / David J. Read -- Effects of pines on soil properties and processes / Mary C. Scholes and Thomas E. Nowicki -- Insect-pine interactions / Peter de Groot and Jean J. Turgeon -- Diseases and the ecology of indigenous and exotic pines / Thomas C. Harrington and Michael J. Wingfield -- Pines in cultivation : a global view / D.C. Le Maitre -- Pinus radiata : a narrow endemic from North America takes on the world / Peter B. Lavery and Donald J. Mead -- Pines as invaders in the southern hemisphere / David M. Richardson and Steven I. Higgins. "Pinus is a remarkable genus comprising at least 111 tree species with a very large distribution range in the northern hemisphere. Where they occur, pines usually form the dominant vegetation cover and are extremely important components of ecosystems. They also provide a wide range of products for human use. In many cases exploitation and other human pressures are threatening the survival of natural pine forests, although pines are now also widely grown in commercial plantations, both within and outside their natural ranges. This book presents a definitive review of pine ecology and biogeography written by forty of the world's leading authorities on this important genus. In the face of increasing human pressure and global climate change, it provides an essential source of reference for all those concerned with the management of natural and planted pine forests."--Jacket.