1973 - George Mercer Award, The Ecological Society of America
Ecology, Nutrient, Ecosystem, Agroforestry and Nutrient cycle are his primary areas of study. His Ecology research is mostly focused on the topic Canopy. The concepts of his Canopy study are interwoven with issues in Forest floor, Standing crop and Leaf area index.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rainforest and Leaching. His Ecosystem study which covers Amazon rainforest that intersects with Soil functions, Soil retrogression and degradation, Soil ecology, Soil biodiversity and Disturbance. His Nutrient cycle research includes elements of Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests, Tropics, Temperate climate and Tropical vegetation.
Carl F. Jordan mainly investigates Agroforestry, Ecology, Ecosystem, Rainforest and Nutrient. His Agroforestry study incorporates themes from Nutrient cycle, Agriculture, Forestry and Tropics. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Soil science and Soil water.
He has included themes like Canopy, Leaching and Amazonian, Amazon rainforest in his Rainforest study. In his work, Soil respiration, Organic matter and Slash-and-burn is strongly intertwined with Agronomy, which is a subfield of Nutrient. His research investigates the connection between Biomass and topics such as Shoot that intersect with issues in Productivity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sustainable agriculture, Energy subsidies, Agriculture, Subsidy and Sustainability. The concepts of his Sustainable agriculture study are interwoven with issues in Agroforestry, Integrated pest management, Integrated farming, Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network and Tillage. His Tillage research incorporates themes from Soil organic matter and Cover crop.
In the field of Agriculture, his study on Intensive farming overlaps with subjects such as Agricultural engineering. The Intensive farming study combines topics in areas such as Deforestation and Green Revolution. His research in the fields of Agricultural sustainability overlaps with other disciplines such as Value.
Carl F. Jordan focuses on Sustainability, Sustainable agriculture, Agricultural sustainability, Environmental economics and Productivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutrient cycle, Local community and Organic coffee in addition to Sustainability. His Sustainable agriculture study contributes to a more complete understanding of Agriculture.
The various areas that he examines in his Agricultural sustainability study include Agricultural ecosystems and Agricultural productivity.
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Derivation of leaf-area index from quality of light on the forest floor
Carl F. Jordan.
Nutrient cycling in tropical forest ecosystems
Carl F Jordan.
Succession and Nutrient Dynamics Following Forest Cutting and Burning in Amazonia
Christopher Uhl;Carl F. Jordan.
Tropical Rain Forests: Are Nutrients Really Critical?
Carl F. Jordan;Rafael Herrera.
The American Naturalist (1981)
Amazon ecosystems: their structure and functioning with particular emphasis on nutrients
R. Herrera;C.F. Jordan;H. Klinge;E. Medina.
Nutrient Retention by the Root Mat of an Amazonian Rain Forest
Nellie M. Stark;Carl F. Jordan.
Ecosystem Recovery in Amazon Caatinga Forest after Cutting, Cutting and Burning, and Bulldozer Clearing Treatments
Christopher Uhl;Carl Jordan;Kathleen Clark;Howard Clark.
THE NUTRIENT BALANCE OF AN AMAZONIAN RAIN FOREST
Carl F. Jordan.
Nutrient scavenging of rainfall by the canopy of an Amazonian rain forest.
C. Jordan;F. Golley;J. Hall.
Nutrient cycling in tropical forest ecosystems. Principles and their application in management and conservation.
Carl F. Jordan.
Nutrient cycling in tropical forest ecosystems. Principles and their application in management and conservation. (1985)
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