Local Mechanisms of Formation, Functioning and Stability of Boreal-Forest Ecosystems
The destructive branch of biological cycle is the leading factor of exchange processes. The lithomorphization and hydromorphization are two competing abiotic factors. The maximum of net primary production is reached under conditions of enhanced hydromorphicity of soil-grounds. Four states of stability of forest ecosystems were revealed on the basis of phytomass turnover coefficient and litter-fall index. With reference to forest stability, the former parameter is much more effective as compared with the latter. Stability is differentiated depending both on individual geocomponents and on forest type groups. Interaction of abiotic and phytocoenotic factors creates a certain special order of the index of elastic stability of forest biogeocoenoses and more complicated landscape units – landtype associations.
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