Further Reading

Dale VH, Sawnson FJ, and Crisafulli CM (2005) Ecological

Responses to the 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens. New York: Springer.

Dalling JW and Burlsem DFRP (2005) Role of life-history trade-offs in the equalization and differentiation of tropical tree species. In: Burslem D, Pinard M, and Hartley S (eds.) Biotic Interactions in the Tropics, pp. 65-88. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Fastie CL (1995) Causes and ecosystem consequences of multiple pathways of primary succession at Glacier Bay, Alaska. Ecology 76: 1899-1916.

Grubb PJ (1986) The ecology of establishment. In: Bradshaw AD, Goode DA, and Thorp E (eds.) Symposium of the British Ecological Society, Vol. 24: Ecology and Design in Landscape, pp. 83-97. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hubbell SP and Foster RB (1992) Short-term dynamics of a tropical forest: Why ecological research matters to tropical conservation and management. Oikos 63: 48-61.

Miles J and Walton DH (1993) Primary Succession on Land. Oxford: Blackwell.

Stearns SC (1992) The Evolution of Life Histories. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Swaine MD and Whitmore TC (1988) On the definition of ecological species groups in tropical rain forests. Vegetatio 75: 81-86.

Thompson K (2000) The functional ecology of soil seed banks.

In: Fenner M (ed.) The Ecology of Regeneration in Plant Communties, pp. 215-235. Wallingford: CAB International.

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