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Biodiversity in dead wood.
The value and future of saproxylic diversity and population dynamics and evolutionary strategies, and the importance of sustainable forest management, are examined.
Woodland key habitats in northern Europe: concepts, inventory and protection
Abstract The woodland key habitat (WKH) concept has become an essential instrument in biodiversity-orientated forest management in northern Europe. The philosophy behind the concept is basically the
Egg size and parental quality influence nestling growth in the Shag
Woodcock ecology and management (T. J. Dwyer and G. L. Storm, Tech. Coord.). U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv., Wildl. Res. Rep. 14. ß G. F. $EPIK, E. L. DERLETH, & D. G. MCAULEY. 1988. Demographic
Development and implementation of the Norwegian monitoring programme for agricultural landscapes.
The importance of establishing a baseline to enable the detection of development trends in a rapidly changing environment is stressed and the accuracy of the methods employed and the range of indicator values recorded in the Norwegian monitoring programme are presented.
Representativeness and Efficiency of Bird and Insect Conservation in Norwegian Boreal Forest Reserves
I quantified local species richness of birds in different forest types and of beetles in spruce forests at different altitudes. In both cases I quantified timber production as a measure of land