Allocation within a generic scaling framework
Barnes and Roderick [Barnes, B., Roderick, M.L., 2004. An ecological framework linking scales across space and time based on self-thinning. Theoret. Popul. Biol. 66, 113-128] developed a generic ecological framework for scaling from individuals to ecosystems. Their approach is general and can be applied to predict above-ground, or total (above- and below-ground), dry mass. In practice, the most common situation is to measure above-ground dry mass, and apply an allometric relationship to...[Show more]
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