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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
After water management measures.
Amsterdam; Oxford : Elsevier, 1991
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (629 pages, 30 pages of plates) : illustrations (some color) maps.|
|Contents:||Front Cover; After Water Management Measures; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Anthropogenic impacts on the natural environment of the southern Moravia landscape; 1.1 The landscape of southern Moravia; 1.2 Air pollution; 1.3 The hydrological regime and pollution of waters; 1.4 The quality of underground water; 1.5 The technical hydroengineering and land reclamation works; 1.6 Changes in the use of agricultural land; 1.7 The impact of water withdrawal in the floodplain forest; Chapter 2. The research locality. Chapter 3. Abiotic factors after the change of moisture regime in the forest ecosystem3.1 The meteorological conditions in southern Moravia following the control of flooding in the floodplain forests; 3.2 Light conditions in the floodplain forest; 3.3 The microclimate of the floodplain forest; 3.4 Actual and potential evapotranspiration in the floodplain forest; 3.5 Atmospheric pollution at the Lednice na Moravě research site; 3.6 Changes in the water table; 3.7 Recent soil processes in the floodplain forest. Chapter 4. Changes of structures and processes in the ecosystem of the floodplain forest in the medium moisture gradient under the influence of changes in moisture conditions4.1 The hydrophysical properties of the soil and changes in them; 4.2 The processes of decomposition of organic matter; 4.3 Changes in the structure and biomass of the herb layer under the conditions of a medium moisture gradient; 4.4 The reaction of the shrub layer; 4.5 The tree layer; 4.6 Model of the organic matter flow in a representative ecosystem of the floodplain forest. Chapter 5. Analysis of environmental conditions and vegetation gradients in the area of floodplain forests5.1 Types of dominance of the herb layer associated with moisture gradients soon after changes in the moisture regime; 5.2 Selected degrees of the soil moisture gradient and the characteristics of pnmary producers; 5.3 Direct and indirect analyses of the environment and herb vegetation gradients; Chapter 6. Water relations of floodplain forest primary producers; 6.1 Water consumption of full-grown oak (Quercus robur L.) in a floodplain forest after the cessation of flooding. 6.2 The water relations of the herb, shrub and tree layers of the floodplain forestChapter 7. Reaction of floodplain forest secondary producers to changed moisture conditions; 7.1 Selected groups of insects and harvestmen; 7.2 The effect of changes in moisture conditions on a community of haematophagous Diptera and ticks in a floodplain forest; 7.3 A community of small terrestrial mammals; 7.4 Changes in the structure of the avian community; Chapter 8. Use of forest resources in the floodplain landscape following the changes in moisture regime; 8.1 Principles of forest management planning.|
|Series Title:||Developments in agricultural and managed-forest ecology, 15B.; Floodplain forest ecosystem, 2.|
|Responsibility:||Miroslav Penka [and others].|