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    • Climate-forest-water-people relations: seven system delineations 

      Noordwijk, Meine van; Creed, Irena F.; Jones, Julia A.; Wei, Xiaohua; Gush, Mark; Blanco Vaca, Juan Antonio Upna; Sullivan, Caroline A.; Bishop, Kevin; Murdiyarso, Daniel; Xu, Jianchu; Claasen, Marius; McNulty, Steven G.; Ellison, David (2018)   Capítulo de libro / Liburuen kapitulua  OpenAccess
      In this chapter, we review current scientific understanding and hypotheses at seven system delineations that build up from the level of a ‘tree’ interacting with water, to that of a social-ecological system at the scale ...
    • Determinants of the forest-water relationship 

      McNulty, Steven G.; Archer, Emma; Gush, Mark; Noordwijk, Meine van; Ellison, David; Blanco Vaca, Juan Antonio Upna; Xu, Jianchu; Bishop, Kevin; Wei, Xiaohua; Vira, Bhaskar; Creed, Irena F.; Mukherji, Aditi (2018)   Capítulo de libro / Liburuen kapitulua  OpenAccess
      Our analysis of forest-water relations addresses four important subsystems of a linked planetary social-ecological system: climate, forests, water and people. In this chapter, we consider how each of these subsystems ...
    • Forest landscape hydrology in a "new normal" era of climate and land use change 

      Jones, Julia A.; Wei, Xiaohua; Noordwijk, Meine van; Creed, Irena F.; Gush, Mark; Ellison, David; Blanco Vaca, Juan Antonio Upna; Bishop, Kevin; McNulty, Steven G.; Archer, Emma (2018)   Capítulo de libro / Liburuen kapitulua  OpenAccess
      This chapter aims to clarify the effects that changing climate and quantity, quality and pattern of tree cover in forests have on the way water becomes available for human use and ecosystem integrity. To do this, the ...
    • Productivity of forests ecoystems 

      Blanco Vaca, Juan Antonio Upna; Lo, Yueh-Hsin Upna; Welham, Clive; Larson, Bruce (Earthscan, 2017)   Capítulo de libro / Liburuen kapitulua  OpenAccess
      In this chapter, we examine both the factors affecting forest ecosystem productivity, and the ways that forest management can influence these. Much forestry training is related to the manner in which productivity can be ...