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- Ranta-Maunus, Taina, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.373 pp. 138-148
- boreal forests; correspondence analysis; dead wood; decay fungi; edge effects; forestry; habitats; humidity; indicator species; microclimate; species diversity; stand structure; woodlands; Northern European region
- ... Woodland key-habitats (WKHs) are set-asides in managed forests that are conceived to maintain specific aspects of forest biodiversity and they are widely used in Northern European countries. WKHs are often quite small (from 0.1 to a few hectares) and thus it is unclear if they can maintain biodiversity. We studied the effects of WKH size, microclimate and forest structure on species richness and c ...