Biomass and Remote Sensing of Biomass by I. Atazedeh

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849–882, ISSN 1212-4834 3 Invasive Plant Species and Biomass Production in Savannas John K Mworia School of Biological Sciences, University of Nairobi Kenya 1. Introduction Savannas are the second largest biome accounting for c. 30% of terrestrial production. Tropical savannas are distributed largely in Africa, Australia and South America occurring between tropical forests and deserts. It is the coexistence of trees and grasses that make savannas unique. The structure of savannas or the ratio of trees to grasses which has important implications on ecosystem productivity is determined by resource availability (rainfall and soil nutrients) and disturbances (fire and herbivory) also referred to as ‘drivers’.

The soil type was classified as cambisol modal oligotrophic. 0°C; the mean sum of precipitation is ca 900 mm (for the period of 1961–2000). An experimental blue spruce stand was established by mound planting at initial spacing 2 × 2 m – 2,500 trees per ha (figure 2). Forest site according Elevation to Viewegh et al. 1 Table 1. Basic data about long-term experiments Fláje II (blue spruce), Kalek (European larch) and Fláje I (common birch) in the Krušné hory Mts. 1 ha in size. Ecological aspects of biomass removal were studied on the control plot without thinning.

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