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by P. R. van Gardingen,G. M. Foody,P. J. Curran

ePub Scaling-Up: From Cell to Landscape (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series) download
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P. R. van Gardingen,G. M. Foody,P. J. Curran
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R. Van Gardingen, G. M. Foody, and P. J. Curran (ed., Scaling-Up from Cell to Landscape.

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Scaling of PAR absorption, photosynthesis and transpiration from leaves to canopy, in ., Scaling-Up: From Cell to Landscape, Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series 63, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 79–104.

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Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series 63. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Variation in stomatal characteristics at the whole-leaf level. In: Van Gardingen . eds), Scaling Up: From Cell to Landscape. Verdu M. and Garcia-Fayos P. 1998. Old field colonization by Daphne gnidium: seedling distribution and spatial dependence at different scales. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 129–149.

Books by Van Gardingen. Scaling-Up(Reprint) From Cell to Landscape (Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series) by G. Curran, . Van Gardingen Paperback, 402 Pages, Published 2011 by Cambridge University Press ISBN-13: 978-0-521-18775-6, ISBN: 0-521-18775-3.

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The difficulty that humans have in perceiving and understanding large-scale phenomena is widely acknowledged. The difficulty that humans have in perceiving and understanding large-scale phenomena is widely acknowledged. The need to study and understand processes associated with global environmental change has created an environment that has promoted unprecedented scientific co-operation between and within disciplines.

Issues in the aggregation of surface fluxes from a heterogeneous landscape: from sparse canopies up to the GCM grid scale R. Harding, E. Blyth and C. Taylor; 12.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Issues in the aggregation of surface fluxes from a heterogeneous landscape: from sparse canopies up to the GCM grid scale R. Variability and scaling: matching methods and phenomena B. Marshall, J. W. Crawford and J. R. Porter; 13. Problems with using models to predict regional crop production G. Russell and P. van Gardingen; 14.

The difficulty that humans have in perceiving and understanding large-scale phenomena is widely acknowledged. The need to study and understand processes associated with global environmental change has created an environment that has promoted unprecedented scientific co-operation between and within disciplines. The science of global change emphasises the need to understand the complex biophysical systems both in terms of components and as a whole. This has involved research at many levels of organisation, or scales, within each system. The need to link and integrate information between scales underlies the scientific approaches described in this 1997 book. The theory, practice and challenges of scaling are discussed using examples from current research, combining biology and geography to address issues at a range of scales, from local to global levels.