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Global importance of large-diameter trees
Lutz, James A.; Furniss, Tucker J.; Johnson, Daniel J.; Davies, Stuart J.; Allen, David; Alonso, Alfonso; Anderson-Teixeira, Kristina J.; Andrade, Ana; Baltzer, Jennifer; Becker, Kendall M. L.; Blomdahl, Erika M.; Bourg, Norman A.; Bunyavejchewin, Sarayudh; Burslem, David F. R. P.; Cansler, C. Alina; Cao, Ke; Cao, Min; Cardenas, Dairon; Chang, Li-Wan; Chao, Kuo-Jung; Chao, Wei-Chun; Chiang, Jyh-Min; Chu, Chengjin; Chuyong, George B.; Clay, Keith; Condit, Richard; Cordell, Susan; Dattaraja, Handanakere S.; Duque, Alvaro; Ewango, Corneille E. N.; Fischer, Gunter A.; Fletcher, Christine; Freund, James A.; Giardina, Christian; Germain, Sara J.; Gilbert, Gregory S.; Hao, Zhanqing; Hart, Terese; Hau, Billy C. H.; He, Fangliang; Hector, Andrew; Howe, Robert W.; Hsieh, Chang-Fu; Hu, Yue-Hua; Hubbell, Stephen P.; Inman-Narahari, Faith M.; Itoh, Akira; Janik, David; Kassim, Abdul Rahman; Kenfack, David; Korte, Lisa; Kral, Kamil; Larson, Andrew J.; Li, YiDe; Lin, Yiching; Liu, Shirong; Lum, Shawn; Ma, Keping; Makana, Jean-Remy; Malhi, Yadvinder; McMahon, Sean M.; McShea, William J.; Memiaghe, Herve R.; Mi, Xiangcheng; Morecroft, Michael; Musili, Paul M.; Myers, Jonathan A.; Novotny, Vojtech; de Oliveira, Alexandre; Ong, Perry; Orwig, David A.; Ostertag, Rebecca; Parker, Geoffrey G.; Patankar, Rajit; Phillips, Richard P.; Reynolds, Glen; Sack, Lawren; Song, Guo-Zhang M.; Su, Sheng-Hsin; Sukumar, Raman; Sun, I-Fang; Suresh, Hebbalalu S.; Swanson, Mark E.; Tan, Sylvester; Thomas, Duncan W.; Thompson, Jill; Uriarte, Maria; Valencia, Renato; Vicentini, Alberto; Vrska, Tomas; Wang, Xugao; Weiblen, George D.; Wolf, Amy; Wu, Shu-Hui; Xu, Han; Yamakura, Takuo; Yap, Sandra; Zimmerman, Jess K.; Lutz, JA (reprint author), Utah State Univ, Wildland Resources Dept, 5230 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322 USA.
2018
Source PublicationGLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
ISSN1466-822X
Volume27Issue:7Pages:849-864
AbstractAim: To examine the contribution of large-diameter trees to biomass, stand structure, and species richness across forest biomes. Location: Global. Time period: Early 21st century. Major taxa studied: Woody plants. Methods: We examined the contribution of large trees to forest density, richness and biomass using a global network of 48 large (from 2 to 60 ha) forest plots representing 5,601,473 stems across 9,298 species and 210 plant families. This contribution was assessed using three metrics: the largest 1% of trees >= 1 cm diameter at breast height (DBH), all trees >= 60 cm DBH, and those rank-ordered largest trees that cumulatively comprise 50% of forest biomass. Results: Averaged across these 48 forest plots, the largest 1% of trees >= 1 cm DBH comprised 50% of aboveground live biomass, with hectare-scale standard deviation of 26%. Trees >= 60 cm DBH comprised 41% of aboveground live tree biomass. The size of the largest trees correlated with total forest biomass (r(2) 5.62, p < .001). Large-diameter trees in high biomass forests represented far fewer species relative to overall forest richness (r(2) = 5.45, p < .001). Forests with more diverse large-diameter tree communities were comprised of smaller trees (r(2) = 5.33, p < .001). Lower large-diameter richness was associated with large-diameter trees being individuals of more common species (r(2) =5.17, p=5.002). The concentration of biomass in the largest 1% of trees declined with increasing absolute latitude (r(2) = 5.46, p < .001), as did forest density (r(2) = 5.31, p < .001). Forest structural complexity increased with increasing absolute latitude (r(2) = 5.26, p < .001). Main conclusions: Because large-diameter trees constitute roughly half of the mature forest biomass worldwide, their dynamics and sensitivities to environmental change represent potentially large controls on global forest carbon cycling. We recommend managing forests for conservation of existing large-diameter trees or those that can soon reach large diameters as a simple way to conserve and potentially enhance ecosystem services.
Department其他
KeywordForest Biomass Forest Structure Large-diameter Trees Latitudinal Gradient Resource Inequality Smithsonian Forestgeo
Subject AreaEnvironmental Sciences & Ecology ; Physical Geography
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.xtbg.org.cn/handle/353005/11005
Collection其他
森林生态研究组
Corresponding AuthorLutz, JA (reprint author), Utah State Univ, Wildland Resources Dept, 5230 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322 USA.
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Lutz, James A.,Furniss, Tucker J.,Johnson, Daniel J.,et al. Global importance of large-diameter trees[J]. GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY,2018,27(7):849-864.
APA Lutz, James A..,Furniss, Tucker J..,Johnson, Daniel J..,Davies, Stuart J..,Allen, David.,...&Lutz, JA .(2018).Global importance of large-diameter trees.GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY,27(7),849-864.
MLA Lutz, James A.,et al."Global importance of large-diameter trees".GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY 27.7(2018):849-864.
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