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- Mallik, Azim U., et al. Show all 14 Authors
- The journal of ecology 2015 v.103 no.3 pp. 550-562
- boreal forests; edge effects; trees; Bryopsida; non-vascular plants; deciduous forests; lakes; dead wood; ecosystems; tropical forests; biodiversity; understory; wetlands; logging; canopy; landscapes; meta-analysis; ground vegetation; stand basal area; Alberta; Sweden; Scandinavia; Finland; Ontario; Quebec
- ... Although anthropogenic edges are an important consequence of timber harvesting, edges due to natural disturbances or landscape heterogeneity are also common. Forest edges have been well studied in temperate and tropical forests, but less so in less productive, disturbance‐adapted boreal forests. We synthesized data on forest vegetation at edges of boreal forests and compared edge influence among e ...
- Mallik, Azim, et al. Show all 13 Authors
- The Forestry chronicle 2017 v.93 no.2 pp. 122-137
- biodiversity; boreal forests; environmental health; environmental impact; experimental design; forest management; forest policy; forest types; research projects; silviculture; socioeconomics; soil; water resources; Ontario
- ... The NEBIE plot network is a stand-scale, multi-agency research project designed to compare the ecological effects of a range of silvicultural treatments in northern temperate and boreal forest regions of Ontario, Canada. While research on silviculture intensities has been previously conducted, the NEBIE plot network is at a larger scale, and covers a wider range of intensities in a variety of nort ...