Biogeodynamics in tropical and boreal forests

B. I. Kronberg


Biogeodynamical interactions in tropical and boreal forest ecosystems are important regionally and globally. These ecosystems form the major continental carbon pools, and processes within these biomes control carbon dioxide flux rates between the continents and the atmosphere. Continued ecodynamic disruptions in these forests regions may perturb regional and possibly global carbon, energy and hydrosphere interactions.

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