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Population trends of common breeding forest birds in southern Finland are consistent with trends in forest management and climate change

@article{Fraixedas2015PopulationTO,
  title={Population trends of common breeding forest birds in southern Finland are consistent with trends in forest management and climate change},
  author={Sara Fraixedas and A. Lind{\'e}n and A. Lehikoinen},
  journal={Ornis Fennica},
  year={2015},
  volume={92},
  pages={187-203}
}
  • Sara Fraixedas, A. Lindén, A. Lehikoinen
  • Published 2015
  • Geography
  • Ornis Fennica
  • In Finland, modern forestry has caused the gross modification of native forest habitats and a loss of biological diversity due to intensive management regimes. Although less than 1% of the old-growth forest area remains in southern Finland, the effects of forestry on bird population long-term trends have not been comprehensively studied in this area. To fill this knowledge gap, we analysed 30 years of monitoring data of 32 common forest breeders in southern Finland. For each species, we fitted… CONTINUE READING
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