This directory contains a recently made electronic version of the document:
Pastor, J., and W. M. Post. 1985. Development of a linked forest productivity-soil process model. ORNL/TM-9519. Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
It differs from the original paper version slightly, largely in layout, but a few typos were also corrected. Undoubtedly some errors were introduced in the process of scanning and electronic character recognition.
The figures and some of the tables are incorporated as encapsulated PostScript files. When viewing or producing hard copy using the .dvi version you will need these .eps files for inclusion by your device driver, for example xdvi or dvips. The PostScript and Portable Document Format versions are complete and can be printed without these separate .eps files.
Other papers describing this forest succession/ecosystem model include:
Pastor, J., and W.M. Post. 1986. Influence of climate, soil moisture, and succession on forest carbon and nitrogen cycles. Biogeochemistry 2:3-27.
Pastor, J., R. H. Gardner, V. H. Dale, and W. M. Post. 1988. Successional changes in nitrogen availability as a potential factor contributing to spruce declines in boreal North America. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 17:1394-1400.
Pastor, J., and W. M. Post. 1988. Response of northern forests to CO$_2$-induced climatic change: Dependence on soil water and nitrogen availabilities. Nature 334:55-58.
Post, W. M., J. Pastor, A. W. King, and W. R. Emanuel. 1992. Aspects of the interaction between vegetation and soil under global change. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 64:345-363.
Pastor, J. and W. M. Post 1993. Linear regressions do not predict the transient responses of eastern North American forests to CO$_2$-induced climate change. Climatic Change 23:111-119.
Post, W. M., and J. Pastor 1996. LINKAGES - An individual-based forest ecosystem model. Climatic Change 34:253-261.