|Title:||Simulating the effects of typhoon-induced defoliation on forest dynamics using a process-based model in a subtropical forest||Authors:||Wang, H.-C.
|Issue Date:||2017||Start page/Pages:||3503-3506||Source:||International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)||Abstract:||
Typhoon is the most frequent natural disturbance in northwest Pacific Ocean, and it is an important factor to affect the structure and function of forest ecosystem in East Asia [1, 2]. Recent observations revealed that climate change may alter the intensity or frequency of typhoons in the past decade [3, 4]. Assessing the potential impacts of extreme typhoon events on ecosystem structure and carbon cycle is critical, especially in frequently perturbed regions such as Taiwan (3.7 typhoons/year) . © 2017 IEEE.
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