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Vascular plants as a surrogate species group in complementary site selection for bryophytes, macrolichens, spiders, carabids, staphylinids, snails, and wood living polypore fungi in a northern forest
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Vascular plants may be used in combination with an inventory of important habitats for rare and/or redlisted forest species, such as dead wood, old trees, deciduous trees, and cliffs, in practical site selection of small scale sites of conservation value. Expand
Use of Indicator Species to Assess Forest Continuity: a Critique
Conservation biologists often must apply novel approaches to address critical issues before they have been thoroughly validated by scientific studies. One technique of particular interest is the useExpand
Spacing pattern, habitat use and survival of Capercaillie in a fragmented winter habitat
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Habitat, spacing pattern and survival of Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus were studied in southeast Norway during the winters 1981-87 using 65 radio-marked birds, suggesting that birds living in highly fragmented habitats had larger home ranges and lower survival than other birds. Expand
EPIPHYTIC LICHENS IN NORWEGIAN COASTAL SPRUCE FOREST: HISTORIC LOGGING AND PRESENT FOREST STRUCTURE
Current forestry policies worldwide aim at conserving and restoring biodiversity in managed forests. In this respect, epiphytic lichens have become a focal group in studies of how logging andExpand
Historical logging, productivity, and structural characteristics of boreal coniferous forests in Norway
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The relationships between cut stumps from historical logging activity and forest structural characteristics of today in a total of 385 0.25 ha plots in three boreal coniferous forests which are parts of National Nature Reserves in Norway are studied. Expand
Complementary Hotspot Inventory – A method for identification of important areas for biodiversity at the forest stand level
Forest stands are the basic planning units of managed forest landscapes, and the structural composition of these units is important for conservation of biodiversity. We present a methodologicalExpand
Lichen colonization patterns show minor effects of dispersal distance at landscape scale
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It is argued that passively dispersed species with numerous small propagules tend to exhibit patchy populations with extensive dispersal at the landscape scale, rather than behaving like classical metapopulations. Expand
Productivity‐diversity relationships for plants, bryophytes, lichens, and polypore fungi in six northern forest landscapes
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A general pattern of increasing species richness with site productivity is found, on average total species richness doubled with a ten-fold increase in productivity, and the effect of increasing plot (grain) size on PDRs was investigated. Expand
Activity patterns of Capercaillie, Tetrao urogallus, during winter
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The increased level of activity during early and late winter among cocks was probably due to display and related territorial behaviour, whereas increased activity of hens during April probably was caused by a shift from feeding in pines to more time-consuming, selective feeding on the ground. Expand
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