|| 要旨トップ | ESJ59 シンポジウム 一覧 |||日本生態学会第59回全国大会 (2012年3月，大津) 講演要旨
シンポジウム S06 -- 3月18日 14:00-17:00 I会場
Even though physical distance among Japan, China and Taiwan is close, “distance” in terms of flora and plant species diversity appears to be so far. For instance, cool temperate forests in Japan are often occupied predominantly by beech trees, but they are seldom found in the continent. Frequency of fire and typhoon is also different. Such differences should cause regional variation in successional sere, and consequently, various types of forests are found within the temperate forests of EA.
Then, questions arise: By using species composition and disturbance regime as explanatory variables, can differences in these forests explained by a single model? Or, does the model itself vary within EA?
In this symposium, researchers invited from China, Taiwan and Japan provide talks on temperate forests of EA in relation to species composition, diversity, dynamics, etc. With these information shared, we would like to discuss about commonness and uniqueness within temperate forests of EA.
[S06-1] Snowpack effects on the species composition and population structure of Japanese cool-temperate vegetation
[S06-2] Underlying mechanisms controlling species area relationships and distance decay curves in temperate forests
[S06-3] Forest structure and composition along a 2,500 m elevational gradient in central Taiwan and the role of typhoon disturbance
[S06-4] Natural disturbance and tree species diversity in temperate forests