However there have been surprisingly few efforts to synthesize cutting edge science in the area of tropical forest interaction with atmospheric change at a time when our global atmosphere is undergoing a period of rapid change both in terms of climate and in the cycling of essential elements such as carbon and nitrogen. During the coming century the earths remaining tropical forests face the combined pressures of direct human impacts and a climatic and atmospheric situation not experienced for at least 20. Tropical forests represent the worlds most biodiverse ecosystems and play a key role in hydrology carbon storage and exchange many of the human induced pressures these regions are facing eg fragmentation and deforestation have been widely reported and well documented. Tropics the evidence gained from field studies of large scale and rapid change in the dynamics and biomass of old growth forests and evidence of how climate change and fragmentation can interact to increase the vulnerability of plants and animals to fires a range of opinions exists concerning the possible
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