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an area of woodland, historically, one owned by the sovereign and set apart as a hunting ground with its own laws and officers.
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The sensors measure temperature and humidity, and will provide a long term perspective on how changes in the forest structure are related to microclimate changes in the edge of fragments.
Forest structure and climate mediate drought-induced tree mortality in forests of the Sierra Nevada 2019.
Bat response to shelterwood harvests and forest structure in oak-hickory forests.
Effects of flooding duration on species richness, floristic composition and forest structure in river margin habitat in Amazonian Blackwater floodplain forests: Implications for future design of protected areas.
Stand dieback and collapse in a temperate forest and its impact on forest structure and biodiversity.
No visual changes in shape or size of the fragment could be observed in the Landsat satellite imagery from 1975 and no logging has been reported since the 1960s, therefore, forest structure and edges might be considered to be stabilised.
He uses patterns of tree rings to understand the influence of historic human impacts and natural processes on forest structure, function, and composition.
Comparison of differences in forest structure (mean [+ or -] SE) of the core zone between 2002 and 2013 by Mann--Whitney (U-tests.
Microclimatic variations are very important to forest structure and composition, and plants usually grow more densely at forest edges--creating a buffer zone that can minimize the impacts of abiotic effects originating in the deforested matrix (Williams-Linera, 1990; Gascon et al., 2000).
2000: Tropical diversity forest structure and demography of a frugivorous rodent the spiny rat (Proechimys semispinosus).
The resulting forest is more open, allows for a more productive understory, and has a mosaic forest structure of tree clumps of varying densities and sizes.

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