Spatial variation in soil respiration is determined by forest canopy structure through soil water content in a mature beech forest —

Spatial variation in soil respiration is determined by forest canopy structure through soil water content in a mature beech forest https://ift.tt/3AdQfEs Spatial variation in soil respiration is determined by forest canopy structure through soil water content in a mature beech forest Highlights • Soil respiration (SR) showed spatial variation with a coefficient of variation (CV) […]

Spatial variation in soil respiration is determined by forest canopy structure through soil water content in a mature beech forest —

Published by SAMUEL N NGARI

I have a strong background in marine ecology & fisheries conservation. I have gained research experience from tropical marine ecosystems with keen focus on creeks. Particularly am interested in applied approaches with biodiversity survey techniques. My area of focus in sustainable Coastal and marine resource management includes but not limited to: # Environmental Impact Assessments & Strategic Environmental assessments #Keystone species and ecosystem engineers #Degraded lands restoration #Climate change (sea level rise and Ocean acidification) # habitats distance & Fishery pressures.

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