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Record #200893:

High belowground biomass allocation in an upland black spruce (Picea mariana) stand in interior Alaska / Kyotaro Noguchi, and 4 others.

Title: High belowground biomass allocation in an upland black spruce (Picea mariana) stand in interior Alaska / Kyotaro Noguchi, and 4 others.
Author(s): Noguchi, Kyotaro.
Date: 2012.
In: Polar Science. (2012.), Vol. 6(1) (2012)
Abstract: Estimates above- and below-ground biomass of black spruce (Picea mariana) stand underlain with permafrost in interior Alaska. Demonstrates that below-ground biomass was extremely high, possibly related to environmental conditions associated with permafrost. Although permafrost regions cover substantial area of boreal forest biome, recent reports suggest that permafrost may be vulnerable to climate changes such as global warming and changing fire regimes.
Notes:

Polar Science. Vol. 6(1) :133-141 (2012).

Special issue: The second International Symposium on the Arctic Research (ISAR-2)

Keywords: 551.345 -- Permafrost. Cryopedology.
574.4 -- Ecology, terrestrial.
574.36 -- Biomass and energetics of populations.
574.9 -- Biogeography.
581.526.42 -- Forest plant formations.
582.475 -- Pinaceae: Picea mariana.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*493) -- Alaska, interior.
SPRI record no.: 200893

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