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DATE

1997

AUTHORS

Csaba Mátyás

ABSTRACT

Most species are ephemeral features of the Earth system — an average species exists for about 10 million years (Vitousek 1992). Forest trees, especially evolutionarily ancient conifers, certainly belong to the longer lasting class of species. Trees have not only successfully survived changing geological periods as species, but also endure during an individual’s lifetime considerable fluctuations of environment without the chance of migration or short-term genetic adaptation on the population level as in case of annual plants and many animals. More... »

PAGES

357-370

Book

TITLE

Past and Future Rapid Environmental Changes

ISBN

978-3-540-61877-5
978-3-642-60599-4

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-60599-4_27

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