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Titel (primär) Disturbances in savanna ecosystems: modelling the impact of a key determinant
Titel (sekundär) Ecosystems and sustainable development
Autor Jeltsch, F.; Weber, G.E.; Dean, W.R.J.; Milton, S.J.;
Herausgeber Uso, J.L.; Brebbia, C.A.; Power, H.;
Journal / Serie Advances in Ecological Sciences
Erscheinungsjahr 1998
Department OESA;
Band/Volume 1
Sprache englisch;
Abstract Savannas are not only subject to intense, recurrent human-generated disturbances of major extent.Also natural disturbances are common: savannas typically occur in regions where the climate is characterized by spatial and temporal variability, with precipitation varying drastically in space and time.In addition to the resulting climatic extremes, recurrent grass fires and large herbivores often cause major disturbances.Some large scale disturbances, such as drought, grass fires and grazing are considered to be driving forces in savanna ecosystems.These factors are also hypothesized to allow for a long-term coexistence of trees and...
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Jeltsch, F., Weber, G.E., Dean, W.R.J., Milton, S.J. (1998):
Disturbances in savanna ecosystems: modelling the impact of a key determinant
In: Uso, J.L., Brebbia, C.A., Power, H. (eds.)
Ecosystems and sustainable development
Advances in Ecological Sciences 1
WIT Press, Southampton, p. 233 - 243