The Hawaiian Archipelago

Hawaiian Archipelago

Objective: Pacific biogeographic patterns in the widespread plant genus Melicope J.R. Forst. & G. Forst.

Candidates Hawaii Bathymetry - Nu?uanu Slide.

Ecosystems Sciences and Human-Environment Interaction in the Hawaiian Archipelago - VITOUSEK - 2006 - Journal of Ecology

Tansley's eco-system design is also an important frame for environmental research because the method enables inter-disciplinary analysis of eco-system. The characteristics of the Hawaiian islands - especially the almost perpendicular variations of many elements that govern variations between different eco-system - make the archipelago a useful system of models for multidisciplinary research to gain an understanding of basic checks on the state and dynamism of eco-system and their impact on man.

Analysis of rainforest locations with a substratal tergradient of around 300 years to over 4 million years throughout the Hawaiian archipelago show that springs of potassium and other essentials from > 80% from the rocks of young locations to > 80% from sea aerosols on growing media older than 100,000 years.

Biogeochemical changes in the ecosystems throughout the archipelago marked the evolution and permanence of Polynesia's agriculture system in the millenium between its Hawaiian discoveries and the European contacts. Ecosystems is often the most appropriate organisational layer for the assessment of the impact of human activity on ecosystems; it can be a key element in the shaping and assessment of alternate farming, industry and housing schemes that could mitigate the Earth's population.

Belmont Jafet, María E. Sánchez-Coronado, Helia R. Osuna-Fernández, Alma Orozco-Segovia und Irene Pisanty, Primeing Effects on Seeding keimung of two ferennial herba species in a disrupted field in a disrupted lana va mexico, 10. 1017/S096025851800000016, 28, 01, (63-71), (2018), (2018). Shin-ichiro Aiba, Yayoi Takeuchi, Yoshiko Iida, Shunsuke Matsuoka, Rimi Repin and Kanehiro Kitayama, plant-surface feedback and the predominance of conifer in a mountain rainforest in Borneo, Ecological Monographs, 87, 1, (105-129), (2017).

For Xiao-Ming Lu, Peng-Zhen Lu and Ke Yang, restoration with Azolla implantata enhances nitrogen-functional bacteria groups and gene in soils, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 101, 9, (3849), (2017). Puís V. Pedrero-López, Alejandra Rosete-Rodríguez, Maria E. Sánchez-Coronado, Pedro E. Mendoza-Hernández and Alma Orozco-Segovia, Impact of water-priming treatment on the strengthening of aging Dodonaea viscose seed and water-retaining polymers on the enhancement of seeding habit in a lavic acid lavic zone, restoration ecology, 24, 1, (61-70), (2015).

Maasayuki Ushio, Yasuto Fujiki, Amane Hidaka, Kanehiro Kitayama and Lourens Poorter, linking roots psychology and pathology to adapt to the depletion of ground phosphor in mountain rainforests, Functional Ecology, 29, 9, (1235-1245), (2015). Shunxiang Zhang and Dafeng Hui, effect of monospecific and mixed sea buckthorn orchards (Hippophae rhamnoides) on the structure and activity of microbial communities, Plato One, 10, 2, (e0117505), (2015).

Asner, ecosystem C. Selmants, Creighton M. Litton, Christian P. Giardina and Gregory P. Asner, ecosystem Kohlenstoffspeicherung does not change with the mean yearly temperatures in the Hawaiian mountain rainforests, Global Change Biology, 20, 9, (2927-2937), (2014). Zhongguo Li and Yeming You, changes in degradation of organic matter in the ground and fellowship structure by blending nitrogen-fixing types with eucalyptus uropphylla in sub-tropic China, 73, (42), (2014).

Mathew A. Bowker, Fernando T. Maestre, David Eldridge, Jayne Belnap, Andrea Castillo-Monroy, Cristina Escolar and Santiago Soliveres, Organic Soilcrusts ( "Biocrusts") as a Modellsystem in Municipal, Environmental and Terrestrial Ecological Sciences, Biodiversity and Nature Conservation, 23, 7, (1619), (2014). Maasayuki Ushio, Kobayashi Makoto, Jonatan Klaminder and Shin-ichi Nakano, CARD-FISH Procaryotic Collective Membership and Frequency Along Small Gradient Vegetations in a Desiccated Antarctic Tiger Eco-system, Land Biology and Biochemistry, 10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.05.

Testimonial Takeshi Miki, Microbe-Mediated Plant-Soil-Ecological Research, 27, 3, (509), (2012). Jonathan H. Blodgett, Terry L. Hunt, Hong Jiang, Kep? Maly, Loren E. McClenachan, Jennifer K. Schultz, Bruce A. Wilcox und Stuart A. Sandin, Historical Reconstruction Relials Recovery in Hawaiian Coral Reefs, 6, 10, (e25460), (2011), Hawaiian CoralReefs.

Patricia Bardgett, Oliver A. Chadwick, Leo M. Condron, Roger L. Parfitt, Stephen Porder, Sarah J. Richardson, Benjamin L. Turner, Peter M. Vitousek, Joe Walker and Lawrence R. Walker, Ecological Monographs, 80, 4, (509-529), (2010).

Areas of vulnerability and the role of new technology, fifty years of invasion ecology, Peter M. Vitousek, Carla M. D'antonio and Gregory P. Asner, (277-288), (2010). Maasayuki Ushio, Kanehiro Kitayama and Teri C. Balser, Tree specie impacts on ground enzymatic activity by impacts on ground physical and microbiological characteristics in a mountain rainforest on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo, Pedobiologia, 53, 4, (227), (2010).

Maasayuki Ushio, Kanehiro Kitayama and Teri C. Balser, Tree species-mediated voids in the physical-chemical characteristics of the topsoil of a mountain rainforest, soils biology and biochemistry, 42, 9, (1588), (2010). Doblas-Miranda Enrique, David A. Wardle, Duane A. Peltzer and Gregor W. Yeates, Changes in the Common Tree and Variety of Ground invertebrates across the Franz Josef Glacier, Bodenbiologie und Biochemie, 40, 5, (1069), (2008).

Case studies from the Calaupapa system, Moloka'i Island, Hawai'i, Geoarchaeology, 22, 5, (511-532), (2007). DAVID GIBSON, RICHARD BARDGETT et MERAN OWEN, Journal of Ecology of Ecology newss, Journal of Ecology, 95, 1, 1, (1-7), (2006). NILSSON, O. ZACKRISSON and D. A. WARDLE, Biosystem entry of Nitric Oxide by biosynthesis into spring moss during the regression of the eco-system, Functional Ecology, 21, 6, (1027-1033), (2007).

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