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To integrate or to segregate: balancing commodity production and biodiversity conservation in European forests
Bollmann, K., & Braunisch, V. (2013). To integrate or to segregate: balancing commodity production and biodiversity conservation in European forests. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 18-31). European Forest Institute.
Habitat trees: key elements for forest biodiversity
Bütler, R., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., & Paillet, Y. (2013). Habitat trees: key elements for forest biodiversity. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 84-91). European Forest Institute.
Deadwood: quantitative and qualitative requirements for the conservation of saproxylic biodiversity
Lachat, T., Bouget, C., Bütler, R., & Müller, J. (2013). Deadwood: quantitative and qualitative requirements for the conservation of saproxylic biodiversity. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 92-102). European Forest Institute.
Research in old-growth forests and forest reserves: implications for integrated forest management
Nagel, T. A., Zenner, E. K., & Brang, P. (2013). Research in old-growth forests and forest reserves: implications for integrated forest management. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 44-50). European Forest Institute.
Biodiversity of mycorrhizal fungi as a crucial player in forest ecosystem functioning
Peter, M., Buée, M., & Egli, S. (2013). Biodiversity of mycorrhizal fungi as a crucial player in forest ecosystem functioning. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 170-179). European Forest Institute.
Invasive neobiota in forest ecosystems: opportunity or threat?
Schoenenberger, N., & Conedera, M. (2013). Invasive neobiota in forest ecosystems: opportunity or threat? In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 224-231). European Forest Institute.
Forest insects and their habitat requirements
Wermelinger, B., Lachat, T., & Müller, J. (2013). Forest insects and their habitat requirements. In D. Kraus & F. Krumm (Eds.), Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity (pp. 152-157). European Forest Institute.