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Biodiversity in dead wood.
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Wood decomposition 3. The saproxylic food web 4. Other associations with dead woody material 5. Host tree associations 6. Mortality factors and decay succession 7.Expand
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Ecology of Species Living on Dead Wood - Lessons for Dead Wood Management
Dead wood has been identified as a crucial component for forest biodiversity. Recent research has improved our understanding of habitat relations for many species associated with dead wood. However,Expand
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Colonization and extinction patterns of wood‐decaying fungi in a boreal old‐growth Picea abies forest
1. Wood-decaying fungi are ubiquitous and functionally important organisms within forest ecosystems world-wide, but remarkably little is known of their population dynamics in relation to the dynamicsExpand
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Wood-inhabiting cryptogams on dead Norway spruce (Picea abies) trees in managed Swedish boreal forests
We surveyed the quantity and quality of dead Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) trees and wood-inhabiting cryptogams in a managed boreal forest landscape in northern Sweden. Size and decay of ...
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The forest management planning package: theory and application
The Forest Management Planning Package represents a general fundamental structure of a forest management planning system based on two inventory phases. It is an existing calculation system used inExpand
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Fine woody debris is important for species richness on logs in managed boreal spruce forests of northern Sweden
Species richness of wood-inhabiting cryptogams was compared on fine woody debris (FWD; diameter 5-9 cm) and coarse woody debris (CWD; diameter 10 cm) logs of Picea abies (L.) Karst. Data were colle...
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The bryophyte diaspore bank and its role after small‐scale disturbance in a boreal forest
. The composition of the bryophyte diaspore bank in an old-growth Picea abies forest was studied before and after experimental disturbance of forest-floor patches. 40 species, both hepatics andExpand
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Spatial pattern of downed logs and wood‐decaying fungi in an old‐growth Picea abies forest
. Since many wood-living forest species are influenced by the dynamics of coarse woody debris (CWD), information about the spatial pattern of CWD under natural conditions is essential to understandExpand
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Exploring potential biodiversity indicators in boreal forests
The present study evaluates indicators in Swedish spruce forests. We ask whether different species groups co-vary in their occurrence and to what extent species richness and composition isExpand
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Roadless and Low-Traffic Areas as Conservation Targets in Europe
With increasing road encroachment, habitat fragmentation by transport infrastructures has been a serious threat for European biodiversity. Areas with no roads or little traffic (“roadless andExpand
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