Structural Complexity and Ecosystem Functions in a Natural Mixed Forest under a Single-Tree Selection Silviculture

@inproceedings{Yoshida2017StructuralCA,
  title={Structural Complexity and Ecosystem Functions in a Natural Mixed Forest under a Single-Tree Selection Silviculture},
  author={Toshiya Yoshida and Sayoko Naito and Misato Nagumo and Natsumi Hyodo and Taiki Inoue and Hiromitsu Umegane and Haruka Yamazaki and Hisashi Miya and Futoshi Nakamura},
  year={2017}
}
The objective of forest management has become broader, and it is essential to harmonize timber production with conservation of the forest ecosystem. Selection cutting is recognized as a major alternative of clear-cutting, because it can maintain the complexity and heterogeneity of a natural forest; however, its long-term evaluations are limited. This study compared various attributes of stand structures, which are indicators of biodiversity and ecosystem carbon stock between managed and… CONTINUE READING

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