Temporal changes in the breeding bird community caused by post-fire treatments after the Samcheok forest fire in Korea

@article{Choi2012TemporalCI,
  title={Temporal changes in the breeding bird community caused by post-fire treatments after the Samcheok forest fire in Korea},
  author={Chul-Uong Choi and Eun-jae Lee and Hyun-Young Nam and Woo-shin Lee and Joo-Hoon Lim},
  journal={Landscape and Ecological Engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={10},
  pages={203-214}
}
The Samcheok forest fire of April 2000 was the biggest stand-replacing fire recorded in Korea, and led to the largest-scale salvage logging operation (performed until 2005) ever implemented. We investigated the effects of the treatments performed after the fire on the breeding bird community in 2002–2005 (the management period) and 2006–2008 (the post-management period). A total of 75 line transect surveys resulted in 660 detections of 54 species in undisturbed stands (CO), in burned and… CONTINUE READING

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