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Assessing Native American influences upon pre-European tree species composition in western New York: An approach using original land survey records and species distribution models
The impact of Native Americans upon forest composition has long been a topic of scholarly inquiry and debate. Native American groups of Eastern North America practiced various forms of horticulture and land management (e.g. ...
Towards a mechanistic understanding of spatial patterns of forest transpiration, and its implications for scaling
Estimates of forest stand transpiration are typically achieved by scaling a series of representative point measurements to the stand level. This method fails to account for heterogeneity in transpiration at stand boundaries ...