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Ecology of Woody Debris in Boreal Forests

Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 49
Edited By: BG Jonsson and N Kruys
283 pages, Col photos, bw illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Munksgaard
Ecology of Woody Debris in Boreal Forests
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About this book

Dead trees are increasingly regarded as key factors for biodiversity in many ecosystems. This has sparked intense research into their role. This volume summarises the present knowledge and presents a set of case studies on the role of dead wood in boreal forests, with a focus on Scandinavia.

Contents

Preface: B. G. Jonsson And N. Kruys Forest Management, Coarse Woody Debris And Saproxylic Organisms: Fennoscandian Boreal Forests As An Example: J. Siitonen Fungal Community Ecology And Wood Decomposition Processes In Angiosperms: From Standing Tree To Complete Decay Of Coarse Woody Debris: L. Boddy Assessment Of Coarse Woody Debris - A Methodological Overview: G. Stahl, A. Ringvall And J. Fridman The Coarse Woody Debris Profile: An Archive Of Recent Forest History And An Important Biodiversity Indicator: J. N. Stokland Are Rare Wood Decay Fungi Threatened By Inability To Spread? J. Stenlid And M. Gustafsson Coarse Woody Debris In The Forests Of The St. Petersburg Region, Russia: O. N. Krankina, R. F. Treyfeld, M. E. Harmon, G. Spycher And E. D. Povarov Logs In A Pristine Picea Abies Forest: Occurrence, Decay Stage Distribution And Spatial Pattern: T. Kuuluvainen, K. Syrjanen And R. Kalliola Amount And Spatial Distribution Of Standing And Downed Dead Trees In Two Areas Of Different Fire History In A Boreal Scots Pine Forest: S. Rouvinen And T. Kuuluvainen Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics And Stores In A Boreal Virgin Spruce Forest: E. V. Shorohova And A. A. Shorohov Decay Rate And Potential Storage Of Coarse Woody Debris In Leningrad Region: M. E. Tarasov And R. A. Birdsey Stand Structure In Semi-Natural And Managed Forests In Eastern Finland And Russian Karelia: A. Uotila, M. Maltamo, J. Uuttera And A. Isomaki Dynamics Of Dead Wood And Regeneration Pattern In Natural Spruce Forest In The Tatra Mountains, Poland: T. Zielonka And M. Niklasson Abundance And Diversity Of Small Mammals In Relation To Structural Habitat Factors: F. Ecke, O. Lofgren, B. Hornfeldt, U. Eklund, P. Ericsson And D. Sorlin Substrate Associations Of Insects Breeding In Fruiting Bodies Of Wood-Decaying Fungi: M. Jonsell, G. Nordlander And B. Ehnstrom Priorities In Conservation Biology: A Comparison Between Two Polypore-Inhabiting Beetles: M. Jonsson, M. Jonsell And G. Nordlander Conservation Of Threatened Saproxylic Beetles: Significance Of Retained Aspen Populus Tremula On Clearcut Areas: P. Martikainen Richness Of Bryophyte Vegetation In Near-Natural And Managed Beech Stands: The Effects Of Management-Induced Differences In Dead Wood: P. Odor And T. Standovar Coarse Woody Debris, Polyporous Fungi And Saproxylic Insects In An Old-Growth Spruce Forest In Vodlozero National Park, Russian Karelia: J. Siitonen, R. Penttila And H. Kotiranta Effects Of Selective Logging On Coarse Woody Debris And Diversity Of Wood-Decaying Polypores In Eastern Finland: A.-L. Sippola, T. Lehesvirta And P. Renvall Edge Effects On Six Polyporous Fungi Used As Old-Growth Indicators In Swedish Boreal Forest: T. Snall And B. G. Jonsson The Wood-Decaying Fungus Daldinia Loculata (Xyleriaceae) As An Indicator Of Fire-Dependent Insects: L.-O. Wikars Moving Towards A New Paradigm For Woody Detritus Management: M. E. Harmon Ecology Of Coarse Woody Debris In Boreal Forests: Future Research Directions: B. G. Jonsson And N. Kruys

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Series: Ecological Bulletins Volume: 49
Edited By: BG Jonsson and N Kruys
283 pages, Col photos, bw illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Munksgaard
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