Long-term responses of ecosystem components to stand thinning in young lodgepole pine forest: II. Diversity and population dynamics of forest floor small mammals

@article{Sullivan2005LongtermRO,
  title={Long-term responses of ecosystem components to stand thinning in young lodgepole pine forest: II. Diversity and population dynamics of forest floor small mammals},
  author={T. P. Sullivan and D. S. Sullivan and P. Lindgren and Douglas B. Ransome},
  journal={Forest Ecology and Management},
  year={2005},
  volume={205},
  pages={1-14}
}
A variety of silvicultural practices may be used to diversify second-growth forests that have regenerated from clearcut harvesting. These young stands are structurally simple and amenable to practices such as variable-density and conventional thinnings to accelerate ecosystem development. This study was designed to test the hypotheses that (i) abundance and diversity of forest floor small mammals, and (ii) population dynamics (reproduction, recruitment, and survival) of the southern red-backed… Expand
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