Forests, Water and People in the Humid Tropics is a comprehensive review of the hydrological and physiological functioning of tropical rain forests, the environmental impacts of their disturbance and conversion to other land uses, and optimum strategies for managing them. The book brings together leading specialists in such diverse fields as tropical anthropology and human geography, environmental economics, climatology and meteorology, hydrology, geomorphology, plant and aquatic ecology, forestry and conservation agronomy. The editors have supplemented the individual contributions with invaluable overviews of the main sections and provide key pointers for future research. Specialists will find authenticated detail in chapters written by experts on a whole range of people-water-land use issues, managers and practitioners will learn more about the implications of ongoing and planned forest conversion, while scientists and students will appreciate a unique review of the literature.Larsen, M. C. and Torres-Sanchez, A. J. (1998). The frequency and distribution of recent landslides in three montane tropical regions of Puerto Rico. Geomorphology, 24, 309-331. ... S.. and Falk, S. (1980). Fast - simulation models of gaseous exchange in Scots ... Soil disturbance and loss of infiltrability caused by mechanized and manual extraction of tropical rainforest in Sabah. Malaysia. Forest Ecologyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Forests, Water and People in the Humid Tropics|
|Author||:||M. Bonell, L. A. Bruijnzeel|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2005-01-13|