2 edition of Growth and site relationships of Pinus caribaea across the Caribbean Basin found in the catalog.
Growth and site relationships of Pinus caribaea across the Caribbean Basin
1991 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, U.S. Agency for International Development in New Orleans, La, [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English
|Statement||Leon H. Liegel, compiler|
|Series||General technical report SO -- 83|
|Contributions||Liegel, L. H, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.), United States. Agency for International Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 70 p.|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Native: Introduced: Both: Absent/Unreported: Native, No County Data: Introduced, No County Data: Both, No County Data. Growth and site relationships of Pinus caribaea across the Caribbean Basin Rep. SO US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern. No SuDoc Number Title Year Item Number Internet Access; 1: AE / Code of Federal Regulations.
CFR index and finding aids. 20uu: C (online) https. Genus: Pinus L. Pinus caribaea Morelet; Caribbean pine is a keystone species (one that is essential for the diversity and organisation of an ecological community) in the species-rich pine forest ecosystem.
It is the only pine native to the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI). Caribbean pine is the national tree of the TCI where. Prior to European settlement, the Caribbean was dominated by forested insular Caribbean has been considered a biodiversity hotspot.
Although species diversity is lower than on mainland systems, endemism is high. Species diversity is highest and endemism is lowest in Trinidad, which has a predominantly continental sm is highest in Cuba and. COWN — Wood density of Pinus caribaea influence on utilisation and hence on industrial development.
Research in South Africa (de Villiers ) has shown that the steep radial density gradient in Caribbean pine sometimes results in a portion. Genetic variation and dispersal patterns in three varieties of Pinus caribaea (Pinaceae) in the Caribbean Basin Article (PDF Available) in Plant Ecology and.
The Bahaman archipelago contains large expanses of pine forests, where the endemic Caribbean pine Pinus caribaea var. bahamensis is the dominant species. This pine forest ecosystem is rich in species and also a valuable resource for the local economy. Small areas of old-growth forest still remain in the Turks and Caicos islands (TCI) and in some of the islands in the Bahamas.
on Caribbean islands is greatly facilitated if these vegetation types are accurately understood, described, and mapped in a manner that is accepted and respected by the diversity of countries, cultures, and peoples that make up the Caribbean today.
The Caribbean Vegetation Classification and Atlas Project has been a keyFile Size: 1MB. Caribbean Growth in an International Perspective: The Role of Tourism and Size Prepared by Nita Thacker, Sebastian Acevedo, and Roberto Growth and site relationships of Pinus caribaea across the Caribbean Basin book Authorized for distribution by George Tsibouris September Abstract After earlier success, growth performance in most Caribbean countries has been disappointing since the early s.
Grugel's excellent comparative survey of the political economy of the Caribbean Basin (defined as Central America and the insular Caribbean) from the s to the s argues that underdevelopment in the region results from the triple effects of the colonial legacy, internal political factors, and marginalization in the international capitalist by: 7.
The establishment of the Pinus caribaea Morelet and Pinus oocarpa Schiede international provenance trials under the coordination of the Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford, led to the creation of a provenance assessment data base which revealed that certain provenances grew well in a wide range ofenvironments across countries.
RESUME. Growth data are presented to 15 years of age from a genetic study involving factorial matings within and between P. elliottii var. elliottii and P. caribaea var.
hondurensis, planted across three sites in southeast Queensland. Specific volume equations developed using the centroid method for each taxon/site combination as well as a generic (i.e. conical) volume Cited by: 9. The pines of Cuba: Pinus tropicalis (Morelet), Pinus caribaea (Morelet), Pinus cubensis (Grisebach) [George Russell Shaw] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : George Russell Shaw.
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Grugel, a lecturer in politics at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom, has produced a first-rate introduction to the development dilemmas confronting the peoples of the Caribbean and Central America.
In lucid prose, she looks into the workings of would-be revolutionary regimes in the region as well as the struggles for structural adjustment advocated by the new liberalism. Water is the main limiting resource for natural and human systems, but the effect of hydroclimatic variability on woody species in water-limited environments at sub-monthly time scales is not fully understood.
Plant-water relationships of single-leaf pinyon pine (Pinus monophylla) were investigated using hourly dendrometer and environmental data from May Cited by: The Caribbean Basin is generally defined [by whom?] as the area running from Florida westward along the Gulf coast, then south along the Mexican coast through Central America and then eastward across the northern coast of South region includes the islands of the archipelago of the West Indies.
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The effect of fire on the distribution, establishment and growth patterns of Caribbean pine. This section will include an explana tion of Caribbean pine succession, from tropical hardwoods, to pines and back to tropical hardwoods, with reference to fire frequency.
How fire can be used in the management of Caribbean pine. The lowest of the altitudinal zones into which the human settlement of Middle and South America is classified according to elevation. The caliente is the hot humid coastal plain and adjacent slopes up to meters ( ft) above sea level.
A crown fire occurred in a year-old Pinus caribaea stand in a watershed in central Sri Lanka. These trees (mean DBH cm) were surveyed for recovery, 1 year after the fire. More than 1 3 of the trees had died, and only 9% trees had recovered fully.
A further 1 3 were also not likely to survive. There was a strong diameter-dependence in recovery, the probability of recovery Cited by: 2. Section of the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act (CBERA), as amended (19 U.S.C. ), requires the U.S.
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industries and consumers and on the economy of beneficiary Caribbean. CCAA 31st Miami Conference on the Caribbean Basin A Region Poised for Growth DecemberInterContinental Hotel Miami, FL MC07 Final Report 2 AGRI-BUSINESS BALANCING FOOD SECURITY AND BIOFUELS DECEMBER 4, – PM Moderator: Chelston W.D.
Brathwaite, Inter-American Institute for the Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA). The Caribbean Basin consists of the eastern Yucatan Peninsula, Central America, northern South America, the Bahamas and the Greater and Lesser Antilles.
Its geology is complex, with the North American, South American and Caribbean tectonic plates all crossing the region. Floral diversity is extremely high, with high rates of by: 8. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April Engage your students during remote learning with video read-alouds.
Evidences of Climate Change Impacts on Ecotourism in the Caribbean Basin In the humid tropics, apart from tropical cyclones, other severe weather conditions are present. One of the most important is the occurrence of severe thunder-storms.
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