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Biodiversity Differences between Managed and Unmanaged Forests: Meta‐Analysis of Species Richness in Europe
- Y. Paillet, L. Bergès, R. Virtanen
- Environmental ScienceConservation biology : the journal of the Society…
- 1 February 2010
The global difference in species richness between unmanaged and managed forests increased with time since abandonment and indicated a gradual recovery of biodiversity, which supports the need for a coordinated European research network to study and monitor the biodiversity of different taxa in managed and unmanaged forests.
European Red List of Habitats : Part 2. Terrestrial and freshwater habitats
The first ever European Red List of Habitats reviews the current status of all natural and semi-natural terrestrial, freshwater and marine habitats and highlights the pressures they face. Using a…
Biodiversity evaluation tools for European forests
Executive Summary The Biodiversity ChallengeBiodiversity And Its Components Policy Development As Regards The Management Of Forest BiodiversityBiodiversity Assessment And Evaluation The EU Project…
European Red List of Habitats
A dynamic whole-plant model of integrated metabolism of nitrogen and carbon. 1. Comparative ecological implications of ammonium-nitrate interactions
A mathematical model of uptake, assimilation and translocation of NH4+ and NO3- is presented to assess the performance of species with respect to NO3/NH4+ feeding characterised by physiologically defined parameters.
A dynamic whole-plant model of integrated metabolism of nitrogen and carbon. 2. Balanced growth driven by C fluxes and regulated by signals from C and N substrate
A whole-plant model of C and N metabolism is presented for the juvenile stage. It is aimed at comparing the growth performance of (wild) plant species in a range of environments with respect to…
Prunus serotina unleashed: invader dominance after 70 years of forest development
The sharp contrast between the outcomes of the two invasion processes shows the importance of studying an invasive species and the recipient ecosystem jointly and made the hypothesis that herbivore pressure may facilitate P. serotina invasion raised.
Ephemerum cohaerens and E. rutheanum: persistent annual bryophytes in the Dutch Rine floodplain
© 2012 The Authors. This is an Open Access article. Forelands of the river Rhine tributaries in the Netherlands are made up of young clayey deposits on Pleistocene gravels and sands. Terrestrial…
The characterization of natural vegetation using first-order and texture measurements in digitized, colour-infrared photography
- R. Bijlsma
- Environmental Science
- 1 May 1993
Abstract A video-digitized, aerial colour-infrared photograph of a species-rich mire site was analysed to explore its information content with respect to ecologically important site characteristics,…