Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles

@article{Mller2015IncreasingTM,
  title={Increasing temperature may compensate for lower amounts of dead wood in driving richness of saproxylic beetles},
  author={J. M{\"u}ller and H. Brustel and A. Brin and H. Bussler and C. Bouget and E. Obermaier and Ina Monika Margret Heidinger and T. Lachat and B. F{\"o}rster and J. Hor{\'a}k and J. Proch{\'a}zka and F. K{\"o}hler and L. Larrieu and Ulrich Bense and G. Isacsson and L. Zapponi and M. Gossner},
  journal={Ecography},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={499-509}
}
  • J. Müller, H. Brustel, +14 authors M. Gossner
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Ecography
  • Early View (EV): 1-EVfor many species, such as old, dead, or dying trees, are signif-icantly reduced (Whitehouse 2006). This lack of dead-wood resources has been identified as a major weakness of the ecological integrity of production forests in Europe (Gossner et al. 2013). To effectively mitigate the loss of forest bio-diversity, forest managers increasingly develop guidelines to enrich the amount of dead wood in their production forests 
    73 Citations
    Biodiversity of dead-wood dependent insects – effects of forest management and prospects of conservation
    • Highly Influenced
    • PDF
    Does dead wood volume affect saproxylic beetles in montane beech-fir forests of Central Europe?
    • 1
    DEADWOOD MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCTION FORESTS
    • MRTVÉHO DŘEVA, V HOSPODÁŘSKÝCH LESÍCH, Certifikovaná metodika, Ing. Radek Bače, I. CÍL METODIKY
    • 2014
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 64 REFERENCES
    Targets for maintenance of dead wood for biodiversity conservation based on extinction thresholds
    • 76
    • PDF