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Landscape properties affect biodiversity response to retention approaches in forestry

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Retention forestry, in which trees and tree patches are set aside at harvest to promote biodiversity, has been proven to have positive effects on biodiversity at the stand‐level across different taxa. However, the effectiveness of retention approaches with regard to landscape composition remains unexplored.
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Keywords: biodiversity; forest certification; habitat fragmentation; landownership; landscape heterogeneity; land‐sharing; meta‐analysis; nature‐oriented forestry; retention forestry; set‐aside action

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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