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About this product
- PublisherSpringer Verlag, Japan
- Date of Publication13/07/2013
- GenreEnvironment & Planning
- Place of PublicationTokyo
- Country of PublicationJapan
- ImprintSpringer Verlag, Japan
- Content NoteXIX, 628 p.
- Weight828 g
- Edited byK. Niiyama,N. Manokaran,P.S. Ashton,S.C. Thomas,Ted Okuda,Y. Matsumoto
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003
- Table Of ContentsI: Physical Settings and Environment.- 1 Pasoh Research, Past and Present.- 2 Logging History and Its Impact on Forest Structure and Species Composition in the Pasoh Forest Reserve-Implications for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Landscapes.- 3 The Trees of Pasoh Forest: Stand Structure and Floristic Composition of the 50-ha Forest Research Plot.- 4 Rainfall Characteristics of Tropical Rainforest at Pasoh Forest Reserve, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia.- 5 Soil Nutrient Flux in Relation to Trenching Effects under Two Dipterocarp Forest Sites.- 6 Characteristics of Energy Exchange and Surface Conductance of a Tropical Rain Forest in Peninsular Malaysia.- 7 Soil and Belowground Characteristics of Pasoh Forest Reserve.- II: Vegetation Structure, Diversity and Dynamics.- 8 Leaf Phenology of Trees in the Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 9 Eco-Morphological Grouping of Non-Dipterocarp Tree Species in a Tropical Rain Forest Based on Seed and Fruit Attributes.- 10 Microhabitat Preference of Two Sympatric Scaphium Species in a 50 ha Plot in Pasoh.- 11 Diversity of Putative Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 12 Community Structure of Wood-Decaying Basidiomycetes in Pasoh.- III: Plant Population and Functional Biology.- 13 Comparative Biology of Tropical Trees: a Perspective from Pasoh.- 14 Palms of Pasoh.- 15 Flowering Predictions Based on 20 Years of Phenological Observations of Neobalanocarpus heimii (King) Ashton.- 16 Leaf Physiological Adjustments to Changing Lights: Partitioning the Heterogeneous Resources across Tree Species.- 17 Gas Exchange and Turgor Maintenance of Tropical Tree Species in Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 18 Sunfleck Contribution to Leaf Carbon Gain in Gap and Understory Tree Seedlings of Shorea macrophylla.- 19 Molecular Phylogeny of Dipterocarpaceae.- 20 Regeneration Strategy and Spatial Distribution Pattern of Neobalanocarpus heimii in the Lowland Dipterocarp Forest of Pasoh, Peninsular Malaysia.- 21 Mating System and Gene Flow of Dipterocarps Revealed by Genetic Markers.- IV: Animal Ecology and Biodiversity.- 22 Aspects of the Diversity of Geometridae (Lepidoptera) in Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 23 Seasonal Variation and Community Structure of Tropical Bees in a Lowland Tropical Forest of Peninsular Malaysia: the Impact of General Flowering.- 24 Vertical Stratification of Ambrosia Beetle Assemblage in a Lowland Rain Forest at Pasoh, Peninsular Malaysia.- 25 The Communal Lifestyle of Web-Building Spiders in Tropical Forests.- 26 The Ant Species Richness and Diversity of a Primary Lowland Rain Forest, the Pasoh Forest Reserve, West-Malaysia.- 27 The Bird Community at Pasoh: Composition and Population Dynamics.- 28 Herpetofauna Diversity Survey in Pasoh Forest Reserve, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia.- 29 Small Mammals Diversity in Pasoh Forest Reserve, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia.- V: Plant-Animal Interactions.- 30 Insect Herbivores on Tropical Dipterocarp Seedlings.- 31 Spatial Distribution of Flower Visiting Beetles in Pasoh Forest Reserve and Its Study Technique.- 32 Ant Fauna of the Lower Vegetation Stratum in Pasoh Forest Reserve with Special Reference to the Diversity of Plants with Extrafloral Nectaries and Associated Ants.- 33 Ant-Plant Diversity in Peninsular Malaysia, with Special Reference to the Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 34 Leaf Herbivory and Defenses of Dipterocarp Seedlings in the Pasoh Forest Reserve.- 35 Native, Wild Pigs (Sus scrofa) at Pasoh and Their Impacts on the Plant Community.- VI: Anthropogenic Impacts and Forest Management.- 36 Is the Termite Community Disturbed by Logging?.- 37 Small Mammal Community: Habitat Preference and Effects after Selective Logging.- 38 Woodpeckers (Picidae) at Pasoh: Foraging Ecology, Flocking and the Impacts of Logging on Abundance and Diversity.- 39 Regeneration of a Clear-Cut Plot in a Lowland Dipterocarp Forest in Pasoh Forest Reserve, Peninsular Malaysia.- 40 Prospects and Priorities for Research Towards Forest Policy Reform and
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