LTER Controlled Vocabulary

chronosequences

Cataloger's note

Changed to plural

Definition note

A chronosequence (in forest sciences) is a set of forested sites that share similar attributes but are of different ages. Since many processes in forest ecology take a long time (decades or centuries) to develop, chronosequence methods are used to represent and study the time-dependent development of a forest (Wikipedia).

chronosequences

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Date of creation
14-Jan-2011
Modified
01-Apr-2011
Accepted term
14-Jan-2011
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