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- Miller, Jay D.; Safford, Hugh D.; Welch, Kevin R.
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.382 pp. 168-183
- habitat conservation, etc ; Landsat; basal area; canopy; coniferous forests; conifers; data collection; dead wood; fire severity; fuels; managers; planning; remote sensing; shrubs; soil erosion; tree mortality; trees; California; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Fire severity maps derived from immediate or one year post-fire satellite images are commonly used by US federal land managers for making post-fire management decisions and provide fundamental insights into broad scale fire ecology questions. How these maps relate to longer term post-fire conditions in the absence of management actions is an unanswered question, and a key issue for post-fire resto ...
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- Vacchiano, Giorgio; Meloni, Fabio; Ferrarato, Massimiliano; Freppaz, Michele; Chiaretta, Giovanni; Motta, Renzo; Lonati, Michele
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.382 pp. 31-38
- habitat conservation, etc ; basal area; conservation status; coppicing; cutting; forests; ground vegetation; harvesting; herbaceous plants; introduced species; laws and regulations; soil; species diversity; stand structure; tree and stand measurements; trees; woodlands; Italy; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Alluvial forests with black alder are a priority conservation habitat in Europe. In the Po plain, black alder is traditionally managed by coppicing with frequent rotations. This study aims to ascertain whether such management is compatible with habitat conservation, by measuring the effect of time since coppicing on forest structure and plant species composition across different layers.We compared ...