Functional classifications, physiological ecology and options for parameterising and modifying the hybrid forest model for application to Indonesian tropical moist forest

Abstract

This report summarises previous attempts to classify tropical forests, introduces a range of 'gap' and process-based models of forest growth, including the Hybrid forest model, describes the variation in physiology of tropical trees and the degree to which this variability can be represented in process-based models, summarises the current efforts to simplify and modularise the Hybrid model, and develops a work programme for future work in the ITE areas of this project.

Citation

Lawson, G.J.; Friend, A.D.; Smith, R.I.; Dick, J.McP. Functional classifications, physiological ecology and options for parameterising and modifying the hybrid forest model for application to Indonesian tropical moist forest. (1999) 62 pp.

Functional classifications, physiological ecology and options for parameterising and modifying the hybrid forest model for application to Indonesian tropical moist forest

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