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This study quantified how forest carbon stocks responded to stand-replacing blowdown and wildfire, both individually and in combination with and without post-disturbance salvage operations, in a sub-boreal jack pine ecosystem.

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Individually, blowdown or fire caused similar decreases in live carbon and total ecosystem carbon. However, whereas blowdown increased carbon in down woody material and forest floor, fire increased carbon in standing snags, a difference that may have consequences for long-term carbon cycling patterns. Fire after the blowdown caused substantial additional reduction in ecosystem carbon stocks, suggesting that potential increases in multiple disturbance events may represent a challenge for sustaining ecosystem carbon stocks. European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland, pp.

Ecological Applications Peterson CJ, Leach AD b Salvage logging after windthrow alters microsite diversity, abundance and environment, but not vegetation.

After the Rim Fire, the surprising role of salvage logging | Environmental Defense Fund

R package version 3. R Development Core Team R: a language and environment for statistical computing. Relva MA, Westerholm CL, Kitzberger T Effects of introduced ungulates on forest understory communities in northern Patagonia are modified by timing and severity of stand mortality. Plant Ecology Saint-Germain M, Greene DF Salvage logging in the boreal and cordilleran forests of Canada: integrating industrial and ecological concerns in management plans.

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The Forestry Chronicle 85 1 : Forest Ecology and Management : Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26 3 : Forest, Snow and Landscape Research Woods KD Intermediate disturbance in a late-successional hemlock- northern hardwood forest. Journal of Ecology 92 3 : Post-fire effects and short-term regeneration dynamics following high-severity crown fires in a Mediterranean forest Marzano R, Lingua E, Garbarino M Vol.

Communicating spatial planning decisions at the landscape and farm level with landscape visualization Warren-Kretzschmar B, Von Haaren C Vol. Forest planning and public participation: a possible methodological approach Cantiani MG Vol.

Can traditional selective logging secure tree regeneration in cloud forest? Post-fire recovery of the plant community in Pinus brutia forests: active vs. More on this topic: Green infrastructure in urban forestry planning Early post-fire effects and regeneration dynamics Landscape visualization at the landscape and farm levels Participatory forest planning Selective logging and tree regeneration in cloud forests More Google scholar.

Avoiding damage from salvage logging: Ten recommendations

It is, however, not necessary for the forest's biodiversity and regeneration capacity. Especially disturbances such as storms and bark beetle infestation create valuable forest habitats for many endangered species.

He says: "They deliberately capitalize on the lack of knowledge in the population regarding natural disturbances. As a result, society even accepts the use of large machinery in protected areas in many places.

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A lot of endangered forest species would find vital refuge in such areas. Core messages to a global environmental policy, conservation organizations and forest industry.

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Firstly, the practice of salvage cutting should be banned completely from protected areas, unless there is a risk of personal injury or loss of property. It is crucial to develop an enhanced protected area management based on our present ecological knowledge. Moreover, these evaluations should improve forest management planning.

The U.S. Forest Service says salvage logging, or the removal of dead trees, is needed following last

In future, disturbance areas need to be explicitly included in the planning process, before disturbances actually occur. This is, however, a complex task to implement and requires government funding.