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An assessment of coarse woody debris dynamics in an urban forest.

Published online: 24 Feb 2016

Authors: Crosby, M. K. & Petre, H. & Sims, J. & Butler, R.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

Determining the amount of coarse woody debris (CWD) in an urban forest is essential to developing management strategies to maintain ecosystem function...

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Effects of forest removal on amphibian migrations: implications for habitat and landscape connectivity.

Published online: 03 Jun 2009

Authors: Todd, B. D. & Luhring, T. M. & Rothermel, B. B. & Gibbons, J. W.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Habitat loss is a leading cause of global amphibian declines. Forest removal is a particularly significant threat because an estimated 82% of amphibia...

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Guidelines to support implementation of the Great Bear Rainforest Order with respect to Old Forest and Listed Plant Communities.

Published online: 05 Jun 2020

Authors: Banner, A. & Meidinger, del & Green, B. & Saunders, S.

Content type: Bulletin

The Great Bear Rainforest Order (GBRO), established January 2016, presents legal objectives for the protection of Old Forests and Red- and Blue-Listed...

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Effects of slash harvest on bryophytes and vascular plants in southern boreal forest clear-cuts.

Published online: 04 Jan 2006

Authors: Åström, M. & Dynesius, M. & Hylander, K. & Nilsson, C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Slash harvesting from forests to provide bioenergy reduces the amount of woody debris in the managed forest landscape and changes the physical and che...

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Wildland fire effects on forest structure over an altitudinal gradient, Grand Canyon National Park, USA.

Published online: 07 Feb 2007

Authors: Fulé, P. Z. & Laughlin, D. C.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Restoration of wildland fire to forests is a challenge when historical fire regimes have been altered. We studied four fires that burned over approxim...

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Anthropogenic impacts on lake and stream ecosystems, and approaches to restoration.

Published online: 19 Dec 2007

Authors: Søndergaard, M. & Jeppesen, E.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Freshwater ecosystems have long been affected by numerous types of human interventions that have a negative impact on their water quality and ecologic...

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Severely burned wood from wildfires has low functional potential in streams.

Published online: 16 Jun 2021

Authors: Vaz, P. G. & Merten, E. C. & Robinson, C. T. & Pinto, P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

More frequent and more severe forest fires mean more severely burned wood in streams. Instream wood provides habitat complexity, alters geomorphology,...

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Plant diversity in a managed temperate deciduous forest: understorey response to two silvicultural systems.

Published online: 19 Jan 2005

Authors: Decocq, G. & Aubert, M. & Dupont, F. & Alard, D. & Saguez, R. & Wattez-Fanger, A. & Foucault, B. de & Delelis-Dusollier, A. & Bardat, J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Disturbances and resource availability are key factors affecting plant diversity in managed forests. As disturbance regimes vary among silvicultural s...

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The use of large wood in stream restoration: experiences from 50 projects in Germany and Austria.

Published online: 19 Dec 2007

Authors: Kail, J. & Hering, D. & Muhar, S. & Gerhard, M. & Preis, S.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Wood is increasingly used in restoration projects to improve the hydromorphological and ecological status of streams and rivers. However, despite thei...

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Remnant vegetation, plantings and fences are beneficial for reptiles in agricultural landscapes.

Published online: 10 Jan 2018

Authors: Pulsford, S. A. & Driscoll, D. A. & Barton, P. S. & Lindenmayer, D. B.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Managing agricultural landscapes for biodiversity conservation is increasingly difficult as land use is modified or intensified for production. Findin...

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