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Forest-succession and ecology in the Knysna region.

John Frederick Vicars Phillips

Forest-succession and ecology in the Knysna region.

by John Frederick Vicars Phillips

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Published by Government Printer in Pretoria .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Cape of Good Hope -- Knysna (District),
  • Forest ecology

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBotanical Survey of South Africa. Memoir no. 14
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSD242 S6 P48
    The Physical Object
    Pagination327p.
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18466425M

    Chapter 1 from Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World: Ecology and Conservation forest succession, pollination, and many other processes (Perry et al. ). while focused primarily. Figure 2 (Understory after 20 Years) TOTAL July 1, Noon – air temperature: 75˚F, soil surface temperature: 84˚F Figure 3 (Understory after 50 Years) July 1, Noon – air temperature: 70˚F, soil surface temperature: 68˚F Tree species Number of Trees % of Total.

    Influence of gap-scale disturbance on developmental and successional pathways in Quercus-Pinus stands Thomas A. Webera, Justin L. Harta,⇑, Callie J. Schweitzerb, Daniel C. Deyc a Department of Geography, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL , USA bSouthern Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Huntsville, AL , USA cNorthern Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Cited by: 7. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

      Let me conclude by adding an apocalyptic note to the topic, by quoting from the Book of Revelation in the Bible, chapter eight, verse seven: “The first angel sounded: And hail and fire followed, mingled with blood, and they were thrown to the earth, and a third of the trees were burned up, and all green grass was burned up.”. Distribution and ecology of vascular plants in a tropical rain forest—Forest vegetation in Ghana. Dr W. Junk, The Hague. Furness, H.D. The plant ecology of seasonally flooded areas of the Pongolo River floodplain with particular reference to Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. of Natal, Pietermaritzburg. Goodman, P.S.


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Phillips, J. Forest succession and ecology in the Knysna Region. Forest Succession, Fire, and Landscape Dynamics with regard to the dynamics of Pacific Northwest forested landscapes is discussed, with particular attention to the effects human activities have on fire regimes across the region.

Mocambique 3: () Orloci, L. Orloci, An agglomerative method for classification of plant communuties J. Ecol. () Orloci, L. Orloci, TRGRPS — an interactive algorithm for group recognition Vegetatio () Phillips, a J.F.V.

Phillips, Forest succession and ecology in the Knysna region Mem. bot Cited by:   During a succession, different groups of plants grow at a site over time. The diagram shows a succession from bare ground to a mature forest. Plants that colonise bare ground are typically hardy and low-growing. In time, shrubs and small trees grow among the first plants, and a shrubland.

FOREST-SUCCESSION AND ECOLOGY IN THE KNYSNA REGION. {Botanical Survey of South Africa, Mem pp.with Knysna Forests: A Summary of Preliminary Studies.

Appendix II. - The Behaviour of Acacia melanoxylon R. The book is introduced by an appreciative foreword from. Later published as J.

Phillips, Forest-succession and Ecology in the Knysna Region, Botanical Survey of South Africa Memoir No.

14, Pretoria, A.K. Cajander, Über walden typen, Acta Forestalia Fennica 1 (). 45Cited by: Primary production ecology in southern Africa. Authors; Authors and affiliations The sylviculture of the indigenous forests of the Union of South Africa with special reference to the forests of the Knysna region.

Science Bulletin No. Forestry Series No. Forest-succession and ecology in the Knysna region. Mem. Bot. Serv. Afr Cited by: Bulwar, H.E. Report of the Commission appointed to enquire into and report upon the extent and condition of forest lands in the colony.

Natal Blue Book. Watson, Government Printer, Pietermaritzburg. Coates Palgrave, K. Trees of Southern Africa. Struik Publishers, Cape Town. Cooper, K. A muti man stinkwood racket. African. Diepwalle in His book “Forest Succession and Ecology in the Knysna Region”, being the thesis submitted in partial fulfilment to obtain his “” from the University of Edinburgh inis still regarded as the foundation of all indigenous forest research of the Garden Route forests (Phillips ).

Back to Boreal Forest Succession. Willow, Alder, and other Small Trees 26 - 45 Years Later Willow Trees. As the small shrubs begin to die off they add lots of nutrients to the soil. These nutrients prepare the soil for other larger species.

The forgotten stage of forest succession: early-successional ecosystems on forest sites Mark E Swanson1*, Jerry FFranklin2, Robert L Beschta3, Charles M Crisafulli4, Dominick A DellaSala5, Richard L Hutto6, David B Lindenmaver7, and Frederick J Swanson8 Early-successional forest ecosystems that develop after stand-replacing or partial disturbances are diverse in.

His book “Forest Succession and Ecology in the Knysna Region”, being the thesis submitted in partial fulfilment to obtain his “” from the University of Edinburgh inis still regarded as the foundation of all indigenous forest research of the Garden Route forests (Phillips ).

There he later obtained a DSc () for his thesis entitled Forest succession and ecology in the Knysna region, later published as volume.

The forests of the George-Knysna-Humansdorp region are the most extensive in South Africa, but they, too, have been decreased appreciably by fire—we have only to study the excellent reports of Harison (–) to be convinced on this point.

The great fire of February,which devastated thousands of acres of forest between George and Cited by: 5. Phillips, J.F.V., Forest Succession and Ecology in the Knysna Region.

Memoirs of the Botanical Survey of South Afr The Government Printer, Pretoria, pp. Google Scholar Poker, J., Struktur und Dynamik des Bestandesmosaiks tropischer Regenwälder — Entwicklungen eines Modellansatzes zur Simulation natürlicher Cited by: Request PDF | Science, Management and Fire in Fynbos: –45 | South Africa has very little indigenous forest, with only 7 per cent of land cover suitable for forest and less than per cent.

Arthropod assemblages deep in natural forests show different responses to surrounding land use. as clearing of plantation forests in this region Forest succession and ecology in the Knysna.

The sediment physicochemical properties in different successional stages of mangroves. The vegetation and sediment physiochemical properties of these mangrove communities were recently described and compared by Chen et al.

In analyzing the data from Chen et al., we found that sediment physicochemical properties were positively correlated with vegetation characteristics (Table 1).Cited by: which trees assume a dominant role.

In his work on the Knysna forests {Forest Succession and Ecology in the Knysna Region, Memoir No. 14 of the Botanical Survey of South Africa, ), J. Phillips discusses fully the role of plant succession and distinguishes between. Traditional forest management practices stop forest succession and bring back rare plant species Jan Douda*, Karel Boublık, Jana Doudova and Michal Kyncl Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, KamyckaCZ Cited by:   Introduction.

A thorough knowledge of past management practices is a keystone of restoration ecology (Foster et al. ; Szabó & Hédl ; Higgs et al. ).The past management practices have determined the trajectory of ecosystem change in terms of biotic interactions and ecosystem process rates (Perring et al.

).Cited by: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Volume 9, Issue 2. Review. The forgotten stage of forest succession: early‐successional ecosystems on forest sites. Mark E Swanson. Corresponding Author. Washington State University, Pullman, WA *(E-mail: E-mail address: [email protected] by: