Forest Management

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

Basidiome production of ectomycorrhizal and saprophytic agaricoid fungi respond differently to forest management
Romano, Lechner, Greslebinae in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:2, pp 102-112

Boreal old-growth forest structural diversity challenges aerial photographic survey accuracy
Martin, Fenton, Morina in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:2, pp 155-169

Effects on understory biomass and forage 8–10 years after precommercial thinning of Sitka spruce – western hemlock stands in southeast Alaska
Crotteau, Rue-Johns, Barnard in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:2, pp 215-225

Soil compaction from cut-to-length thinning operations in young redwood forests in northern California
Hwang et al. in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:2, pp 185-192

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

Long-term effects of salvage logging on stand composition in seminatural spruce forests
Baders et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2020), 139:1, pp 17-27

Soil biological indicators and caesium-137 to estimate soil erosion in areas with different forest system management
Romeo et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2020), 139:1, pp 67-81

Woody species-specific disturbance regimes and strategies in mixed mountain temperate forests in the Šumava Mts., Czech Republic
Kaspar et al. in: European Journal of Forest Research (2020), 139:1, pp 97-109

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Call for a collaborative management at Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve, Malaysia: An assessment from local stakeholders’ view point
Martinez-Espinosa et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117741

Dynamic Structural Stand Density Management Diagrams for even-aged natural stands and plantations
Stankova, Dieguz-Aranda in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117733

Effects and behaviour of experimental fires in grasslands, savannas, and forests of the Brazilian Cerrado
Gomes et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117804

Effect of simulated emerald ash borer infestation on nitrogen cycling in black ash (Fraxinus nigra) wetlands in northern Minnesota, USA
Toczydlowski et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117769

Effects of fuel reduction timber harvests on forage resources for deer in northeastern Washington
Hull et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117757

Evaluating tropical forest classification and field sampling stratification from lidar to reduce effort and enable landscape monitoring
de Almeida Papa et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117634

Forest management affects crane fly (Tipuloidea) community structure through changes in edaphic conditions
Byriel et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117756

Forest management has reduced the structural diversity of residual boreal old-growth forest landscapes in Eastern Canada
Martin et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117765

How does forest management affect fungal diversity and community composition? Current knowledge and future perspectives for the conservation of forest fungi
Tomao et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117678

Importance of tree species size dominance and heterogeneity on the productivity of spruce-fir-beech mountain forest stands in Europe
Torresan et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117716

Influence of forest harvest severity and time since perturbation on conservation of North American birds
Twedt in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117742

Nitrogen deposition is the most important environmental driver of growth of pure, even-aged and managed European forests
Etzold et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117762

Positive outcomes between herbivore diversity and tree survival: Responses to management intensity in a Patagonian forest
Nacif, Kitzberger, Garibadli in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117738

Pre-commercial thinning enhances competitive traits of boreal ericaceous shrubs and reduces soil fertility
Reicis et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117801

Relations between forestry and reindeer husbandry in northern Finland – Perspectives of science and practice
Turunen et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117677

Silvicultural treatment effects on commercial timber volume and functional composition of a selectively logged Australian tropical forest over 48 years
Hu et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117690

Structure, composition and regeneration of miombo woodlands within harvested and unharvested areas
Muvengwi et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117792

The effectiveness of adding fire for air quality benefits challenged: A case study of increased fine particulate matter from wilderness fire smoke with more active fire management
Schweizer, Cisneros, Navarro in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117761

The effects of selective timber harvesting in buffer strips along headwater channels using best management practices on runoff, turbidity and suspended sediment yield in an intensively cut eucalypt forest in southeastern Australia
Walsh, Jakeman, Thompson in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117812

The effects of thinning management on bats and their insect prey in temperate broadleaved woodland
Carr, Weatherall, Jones in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117682

The influence of climate and management on survival probability for Germany’s most important tree species
Brandl et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117652

The Trends in carnivore and ungulate fire ecology research in North American conifer forests
Volkmann, Hutchen, Hodges in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117691

Tree rings reveal the adverse effect of water pumping on protected riparian Platanus orientalis tree growth
Bachar et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117784

Using heterogeneity indices to adjust basal area – Leaf area index relationship in managed coniferous stands
Mensah et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117699

FOREST POLICY AND ECONOMICS

A value chain comparison of Pinus patula sawlog management regimes based on different initial planting densities and effect on wood quality
Charlton et al. in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102067

An economic analysis of thinning intensity and thinning type of a two-tiered even-aged Forest stand
Halbritter in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102054

Does Tanzanian participatory forest management policy achieve its governance objectives?
Magessa, Wynne-Jones, Hockley in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102077

German forest management stakeholders at the science-society interface: Their views on problem definition, knowledge production and research utilization
Juerges, Jahn in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102076

Impacts of forest tax under timber price uncertainty
Gong, Susaeta in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102030

Incentivizing household forest management in China’s forest reform: Limitations to rights-based approaches in Southwest China
Krul, Ho, Yang in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102075

Protecting timberland RMZs through carbon markets: A protocol for riparian carbon offsets
Jazasuriya, Germain, Wagner in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102084

Twenty years of forest management certification in the tropics: Major trends through time and among continents
Ehrenberg-Azcarate, Pena-Claros in: Forest Policy and Economics (2020), 111, Article 102050

FOREST SCIENCE

A New Site Index Model for Intensively Managed Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda) Plantations in the West Gulf Coastal Plain
Trim et al. in: Forest Science (2020), 66:1, pp 2-13

Comparing the Slope–Area Threshold for Stream Initiation in Primeval and Managed Forests of Northern Michigan
Anderson in: Forest Science (2020), 66:1, pp 130-139

Developing Silvicultural Tools for Managing Mixed Forest Structures in Patagonia
Caselli et al. in: Forest Science (2020), 66:1, pp 119-129

Insight into the Productivity, Cost and Soil Impacts of Cable-assisted Harvester-forwarder Thinning in Western Oregon
Green et al. in: Forest Science (2020), 66:1, pp 82-96

FORESTS

A Progressive Hedging Approach to Solve Harvest Scheduling Problem under Climate Change
Garcia-Gonzalo et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 224

Figure 1 A scenario tree consisting of four scenarios and four stages (time periods) and 10 nodes (1a) is shown. The scenarios are also shown in a disaggregated form (1b); the non-anticipativity constraints (information sets Nt) are reflected by the balloons grouping the nodes. For example, in period two (t = 2) node two shares scenarios one and two and therefore the decisions for this node (harvest or not harvest the stand) for scenarios one and two must be the same.

Aboveground Carbon Content and Storage in Mature Scots Pine Stands of Different Densities
Wegiel, Polowy et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 240

Figure 3 Carbon allocation in aboveground biomass of 20 Scots pine stands. Tree parts: FL—foliage, BR—branches, SB—stem bark, and SW—stem wood.

Comparing Individual Tree Height Information Derived from Field Surveys, LiDAR and UAV-DAP for High-Value Timber Species in Northern Japan
Moe et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 223

Figure 3 Correlation between tree heights derived from field survey, LiDAR, and UAV-DAP data. Red, green, and blue dots represent individual monarch birch, castor aralia, and Japanese oak tree heights, respectively.

Demonstrating the Effect of Height Variation on Stand-Level Optimization with Diameter-Structured Matrix Model
Pyy, Laitinen, Ahtikoski in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 226

Figure 1 Volumes in stand managements with different saw logs pricing, m3/ha.

Litter Management as a Key Factor Relieves Soil Respiration Decay in an Urban-Adjacent Camphor Forest under a Short-Term Nitrogen Increment
Zhang et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 216

Figure 6 Structural equation models (SEM) depicting the influence of N fertilizers, litter management, and inorganic nitrogen with (a) or without hydrothermal factors (b) on soil respiration (Rs) rates. The solid lines refer to significant relationships, whereas the dashed lines refer to nonsignificant relationships (p < 0.05). The arrows represent the directional influence of one variable upon another, whereas the double-headed arrow lines exhibited the relationship between two variables, which is not presumed to be causal and unidirectional. The black arrows show positive effects and red represent the negatives. Numbers beside the line are standardized coefficients. R2 values associated with response variables indicate the proportion of variation explained by the relationships with other variables.


Rural Household Livelihood and Tree Plantation Dependence in the Central Mountainous Region of Hainan Island, China: Implications for Poverty Alleviation
Li et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 248

Graphical abstract

Soil Available Phosphorus Loss Caused by Periodical Understory Management Reduce Understory Plant Diversity in a Northern Subtropical Pinus massoniana Plantation Chronosequence
Dai et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 231

Figure 2 Differences in Hill number (Shannon) and richness of the herb and shrub layers among four stand ages. Y means the plots have understory clearing management and N means the plots have no understory management. Separation of means was determined by a Tukey test where applicable. The letters indicate groups that are significantly different at p < 0.05. The lowercase letters indicate the group without understory clearing and the capital letters indicate the group with understory clearing. The “*/**” indicates a significant difference between understory treatments in same age class at p < 0.05 or p < 0.01 level.

The Potential Global Distribution of the White Peach Scale Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Targioni Tozzetti) under Climate Change
Lu et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 192

Figure 1 The occurrence sites and the potential distribution of Pseudaulacaspis pentagona
 used in current modeling. Blue point, occurrence sites; Gray, unsuitable habitat area; Pale red, low habitat suitability area; Red, moderate habitat suitability area; Dark red, high habitat suitability area.

Toward Decision-Making Support: Valuation and Mapping of New Management Scenarios for Tunisian Cork Oak Forests
Khalfaoui et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 197

Figure 3 Distribution of the total economic value by land cover type.

Weather, Risk, and Resource Orders on Large Wildland Fires in the Western US
Bayham et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 169

Figure 1 Data processing diagram to illustrate how key variables and data sources are integrated to produce the dataset used for analysis.

FRONTIERS IN FORESTS AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Fire Effects on Understory Forest Regeneration in Southern Amazonia
Prestes et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 10

Forest Carbon Resilience of Eastern Spruce Budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) Salvage Harvesting in the Northeastern United State
Gunn et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 14

No Net Loss of Species Diversity After Prescribed Fires in the Brazilian Savanna
Durigan et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 13

The Effect of Forest Management Options on Forest Resilience to Pathogens
Roberts et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 7

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY

How afforestation affects the water cycle in drylands: A process‐based comparative analysis
Schwarzel et al. in: Global Change Biology (2020), 26:2, pp 944-959

Imaging spectroscopy reveals the effects of topography and logging on the leaf chemistry of tropical forest canopy trees
Swinfield et al. in: Global Change Biology (2020), 26:2, pp 989-1002

Multiple trade‐offs regulate the effects of woody plant removal on biodiversity and ecosystem functions in global rangelands
Ding et al. in: Global Change Biology (2020), 26:2, pp 709-720

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

Ecosystem management applications of resource objective wildfires in forests of the Grand Canyon National Park, USA
Stoddard et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:2, pp 190-200

Likelihood and frequency of recurrent fire ignitions in highly urbanised Mediterranean landscapes
Elia et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:2, pp 120-131

LAND USE POLICY

Relationships between absenteeism, conservation group membership, and land management among family forest owners
Snyder et al. in: Land Use Policy (2020), 91, Article 104407

NATURE

Streamflow response to forest management
Kirchner et al. in: Nature (2020), 578:7794, pp 12-15

PLANT ECOLOGY

Defoliation by a native herbivore, Omphalocera munroei, leads to patch size reduction of a native plant species, Asimina triloba, following small-scale removal of the invasive shrub, Amur honeysuckle, Lonicera maackii
Mercader et al. in: Plant Ecology (2020), 221:2, pp 125-139

TREE GENETICS & GENOMES

Conventional versus genomic selection for white spruce improvement: a comparison of costs and benefits of plantations on Quebec public lands
Chamberland et al. in: Tree Genetics & Genomes (2020), 16:1 , Article 17

URBAN FORESTRY & URBAN GREENING

Exploring cultural ecosystem service hotspots: Linking multiple urban forest features with public participation mapping data
Baumeister et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2020), 48, Article 126561

Restorative effects of mature and young commercial forests, pristine old-growth forest and urban recreation forest – A field experiment
Simkin, Ojala, Tyrvainen in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2020), 48, Article 126567

The living among the dead: Cemeteries as urban forests, now and in the future
Quinton et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2020), 48, Article 126564

Using big data to improve ecotype matching for Magnolias in urban forestry
Watkins et al. in: Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2020), 48, Article 126580

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