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Título: CTFS-ForestGEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change
Autor(es): ANDERSON-TEIXEIRA, KRISTINA J.
BALTZER, JENNIFER L.
Alberto Vicentini
VR?KA, TOMÁ?
WANG, XIHUA
WANG, XUGAO
WEIBLEN, GEORGE
WOLF, AMY
XU, HAN
YAP, SANDRA
ZIMMERMAN, JESS
BASSET, YVES
BOURG, NORMAN A.
BROADBENT, EBEN N.
BROCKELMAN, WARREN Y.
BUNYAVEJCHEWIN, SARAYUDH
BURSLEM, DAVID F. R. P.
BUTT, NATHALIE
CAO, MIN
CARDENAS, DAIRON
DAVIES, STUART J.
CHUYONG, GEORGE B.
CLAY, KEITH
CORDELL, SUSAN
DATTARAJA, HANDANAKERE S.
DENG, XIAOBAO
DETTO, MATTEO
DU, XIAOJUN
DUQUE, ALVARO
ERIKSON, DAVID L.
EWANGO, CORNEILLE E.N.
BENNETT, AMY C.
FISCHER, GUNTER A.
FLETCHER, CHRISTINE
FOSTER, ROBIN B.
GIARDINA, CHRISTIAN P.
GILBERT, GREGORY S.
GUNATILLEKE, NIMAL
GUNATILLEKE, SAVITRI
HAO, ZHANQING
HARGROVE, WILLIAM W.
HART, TERESE B.
GONZALEZ-AKRE, ERIKA B.
HAU, BILLY C.H.
HE, FANGLIANG
HOFFMAN, FORREST M.
HOWE, ROBERT W.
HUBBELL, STEPHEN P.
INMAN-NARAHARI, FAITH M.
JANSEN, PATRICK A.
JIANG, MINGXI
JOHNSON, DANIEL J.
KANZAKI, MAMORU
MULLER-LANDAU, HELENE C.
KASSIM, ABDUL RAHMAN
KENFACK, DAVID
KIBET, STALINE
KINNAIRD, MARGARET F.
KORTE, LISA
KRAL, KAMIL
KUMAR, JITENDRA
LARSON, ANDREW J.
LI, YIDE
LI, XIANKUN
JOSEPH WRIGHT, S.
LIU, SHIRONG
LUM, SHAWN K.Y.
LUTZ, JAMES A.
MA, KEPING
MADDALENA, DAMIAN M.
MAKANA, JEAN-REMY
MALHI, YADVINDER
MARTHEWS, TOBY
MAT SERUDIN, RAFIZAH
MCMAHON, SEAN M.
ABU SALIM, KAMARIAH
MCSHEA, WILLIAM J.
MEMIAGHE, HERVÉ R.
MI, XIANGCHENG
MIZUNO, TAKASHI
MORECROFT, MICHAEL
MYERS, JONATHAN A.
NOVOTNY, VOJTECH
DE OLIVEIRA, ALEXANDRE A.
ONG, PERRY S.
ORWIG, DAVID A.
ALMEYDA ZAMBRANO, ANGÉLICA M.
OSTERTAG, REBECCA
DEN OUDEN, JAN
PARKER, GEOFFREY G.
PHILLIPS, RICHARD P.
SACK, LAWREN
SAINGE, MOSES N.
SANG, WEIGUO
SRI-NGERNYUANG, KRIANGSAK
SUKUMAR, RAMAN
SUN, I-FANG
ALONSO, ALFONSO
SUNGPALEE, WITCHAPHART
SURESH, HEBBALALU SATHYANARAYANA
TAN, SYLVESTER
THOMAS, SEAN C.
THOMAS, DUNCAN W.
THOMPSON, JILL
TURNER, BENJAMIN L.
URIARTE, MARIA
VALENCIA, RENATO
VALLEJO, MARTA I.
ISSN: 1354-1013
Revista: Global Change Biology
Volume: n/a
Resumo: Global change is impacting forests worldwide, threatening biodiversity and ecosystem services including climate regulation. Understanding how forests respond is critical to forest conservation and climate protection. This review describes an international network of 59 long-term forest dynamics research sites (CTFS-ForestGEO) useful for characterizing forest responses to global change. Within very large plots (median size 25ha), all stems 1cm diameter are identified to species, mapped, and regularly recensused according to standardized protocols. CTFS-ForestGEO spans 25 degrees S-61 degrees N latitude, is generally representative of the range of bioclimatic, edaphic, and topographic conditions experienced by forests worldwide, and is the only forest monitoring network that applies a standardized protocol to each of the world's major forest biomes. Supplementary standardized measurements at subsets of the sites provide additional information on plants, animals, and ecosystem and environmental variables. CTFS-ForestGEO sites are experiencing multifaceted anthropogenic global change pressures including warming (average 0.61 degrees C), changes in precipitation (up to +/- 30% change), atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and sulfur compounds (up to 3.8g Nm(-2)yr(-1) and 3.1g Sm(-2)yr(-1)), and forest fragmentation in the surrounding landscape (up to 88% reduced tree cover within 5km). The broad suite of measurements made at CTFS-ForestGEO sites makes it possible to investigate the complex ways in which global change is impacting forest dynamics. Ongoing research across the CTFS-ForestGEO network is yielding insights into how and why the forests are changing, and continued monitoring will provide vital contributions to understanding worldwide forest diversity and dynamics in an era of global change.
URI: http://repositorio.inpa.gov.br/handle/123/1866
ISSN: 1354-1013
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12712
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