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Biodiversity in dead wood

Jogeir N. Stokland

Biodiversity in dead wood

by Jogeir N. Stokland

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deterioration,
  • Saproxylic insects,
  • Wood,
  • Forest litter,
  • Wood-decaying fungi,
  • Forest biodiversity,
  • SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Ecology,
  • Forest ecology,
  • Biodegradation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJogeir N. Stokland, Juha Siitonen, Bengt Gunnar Jonsson
    SeriesEcology, biodiversity, and conservation
    ContributionsSiitonen, Juha, Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK46.5.D58 S88 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25189753M
    ISBN 109780521888738, 9780521717038
    LC Control Number2012000301

    Pete Dexter is the author of the National Book Award-winning novel Paris Trout and five other novels: God's Pocket, Deadwood, Brotherly Love, The Paperboy, and Train. He has been a columnist for the 4/5. Coarse filter assessment of contribution of dying and dead wood to sustaining biodiversity on TFL 48 Progress Report.

    The book Biodiversity in Dead Wood is co-written by three authors: Jogeir N. Stokland of the Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute and the University of Oslo, Juha Siitonen of the Finnish Forest . Dead wood (DW) provides critical habitat for thousands of species in forests, but its amount, quality and diversity have been heavily reduced by forestry. Therefore, interventions aiming to increase DW might be necessary to support its associated biodiversity Cited by: 8.

    Damaged, dead, deformed, and dying trees are hotspots of biodiversity and biological legacies. Second- and third-growth forests often lack sufficient snags and down logs because these materials . Value of Dead Wood in the Ecosystems Novem Decem CentolaKale 0 Comments A long-term study log decomposition at the H.J. Andrews LTER site, planned to last years and now beginning its third decade, is yielding valuable information about the ecological functions of dead wood.


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As a consequence, dead wood has been in focus for numerous biodiversity studies (Stokland et al., ). Despite this effort, the knowledge on certain insect groups remains limited. Biodiversity in Dead Wood PDF By:Jogeir N. Stokland,Juha Siitonen,Bengt Gunnar Jonsson Published on by Cambridge University Press A comprehensive overview of wood.

Presenting a thorough introduction to biodiversity in decaying wood, this book studies the rich diversity of fungi, insects and vertebrates that depend upon dead wood. It describes the functional diversity of. Biodiversity in Dead Wood £ Fossils document the existence of trees and wood-associated organisms from almost million years ago, and today there are betweenand 1 million wood-inhabiting species in the world.

This is the first book to synthesise the natural history and conservation needs of wood. 1. Dead wood (DW) provides critical habitat for thousands of species in forests, but its amount, quality and diversity have been heavily reduced by forestry.

Therefore, interventions aiming to increase DW might be necessary to support its associated biodiversity Cited by: 8.Biodiversity in dead wood. Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation.

New York: Cambridge Univ. Press. DOI: /CBO E-mail Citation» A highly recommended book with a comprehensive introduction to biodiversity in decaying wood, also synthesizing natural history and conservation needs of wood .Dead-wood snags created artificially, e.g., by using explosives, can be distinguished by some species from snags created naturally (Jonsell et al., ).

Dead-wood ecology in the context of ecological theories. Biodiversity patterns related to dead wood Cited by: