Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics

Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin, Patrick John Baker, Stuart James Davies

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Abstract

Seasonally dry tropical forests (SDTFs) extend across the world within the band of tropical latitudes where high temperatures and seasonal rainfall result in extended periods of predictable water stress (Mooney et al. 1995; Miles et al. 2006). This seasonal water stress is reflected in the composition of the plant communities and the animal communities reliant on those plants, and influences the way forest-dependent people interact with their environment.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia
EditorsWilliam J McShea, Stuart J Davies, Naris Bhumpakphan
Place of PublicationUnited States
PublisherSmithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
Pages9 - 35
Number of pages27
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781935623021
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Bunyavejchewin, S., Baker, P. J., & Davies, S. J. (2011). Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics. In W. J. McShea, S. J. Davies, & N. Bhumpakphan (Eds.), The Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia (1 ed., pp. 9 - 35). United States: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
Bunyavejchewin, Sarayudh ; Baker, Patrick John ; Davies, Stuart James. / Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics. The Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia. editor / William J McShea ; Stuart J Davies ; Naris Bhumpakphan. 1. ed. United States : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2011. pp. 9 - 35
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Bunyavejchewin, S, Baker, PJ & Davies, SJ 2011, Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics. in WJ McShea, SJ Davies & N Bhumpakphan (eds), The Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia. 1 edn, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, United States, pp. 9 - 35.

Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics. / Bunyavejchewin, Sarayudh; Baker, Patrick John; Davies, Stuart James.

The Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia. ed. / William J McShea; Stuart J Davies; Naris Bhumpakphan. 1. ed. United States : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2011. p. 9 - 35.

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Bunyavejchewin S, Baker PJ, Davies SJ. Seasonally dry tropical forests in continental Southeast Asia: structure, compositon and dynamics. In McShea WJ, Davies SJ, Bhumpakphan N, editors, The Ecology and Conservation of Seasonally Dry Forests in Asia. 1 ed. United States: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press. 2011. p. 9 - 35