Are current management recommendations for saproxylic invertebrates effective? A systematic review

@article{Davies2007AreCM,
  title={Are current management recommendations for saproxylic invertebrates effective? A systematic review},
  author={Zoe G. Davies and Claire G. Tyler and Gavin Bruce Stewart and Andrew S Pullin},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={209-234}
}
Conservation management recommendations for saproxylic invertebrates advocate the continuous provision of the dead and decaying wood microhabitats that they require for survival. Accepted site-based management practices include leaving fallen dead and decaying wood in situ, providing supplementary coarse woody material (CWM), inducing decay in mature trees and strategic planting in order to maintain a balanced age structure of trees in both space and time. Here we examine the empirical evidence… CONTINUE READING
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