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2001, Ecological bulletins, ISBN 8716164326, Volume no. 49, 283
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 02/2018, Volume 409, pp. 225 - 232
Enhanced solar radiation (induced photodegradation) is an important driver of global environmental change. Coarse woody debris (CWD) plays a key role in forest... 
Photodegradation | Carbon cycle | Solar radiation | Coarse woody debris | Subtropical China | RESPIRATIONAL CARBON LOSS | UV-B-RADIATION | MICROBIAL DECOMPOSITION | CO2 EMISSION | PRECIPITATION | TEMPERATURE | DECAY-RATES | PLANT LITTER DECOMPOSITION | FORESTRY | ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION | LIGNIN | Forests and forestry | Carbon cycle (Biogeochemistry) | Radiation
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Biomass and Bioenergy, ISSN 0961-9534, 11/2014, Volume 70, pp. 382 - 391
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 10/2016, Volume 377, pp. 1 - 15
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 2011, Volume 261, Issue 4, pp. 878 - 887
▶ Bird diversity was lower when CWD was experimentally removed. ▶ Responses of other taxa were mixed and associated with high uncertainty. ▶ Biodiversity... 
Biomass harvest | Harvest residue | Biodiversity | Coarse woody debris | Snags | TERRESTRIAL SALAMANDERS | UNITED-STATES | MANIPULATIONS | SOUTHEASTERN PINE FOREST | SMALL MAMMALS | WESTERN OREGON | FIRE | HABITAT | CAVITY-NESTING BIRDS | FORESTRY | AMBYSTOMA-TALPOIDEUM | Residues | Uncertainty | Forests | Biomass | Fuels | Debris | Coarsening
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Ecological Applications, ISSN 1051-0761, 03/2019, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. e01844 - n/a
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 02/2019, Volume 433, pp. 678 - 689
Coarse woody debris (CWD) is an essential component of forest ecosystems that provides habitat for diverse species, functions in water and nutrient cycling,... 
Wildlife habitat | Coarse woody debris | Remote sensing | LiDAR | VOLUME | PREDICTION | DENSITY | FORESTS | AREA | MODELS | BIOMASS | ECOLOGY | FORESTRY
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 08/2009, Volume 258, Issue 5, pp. 641 - 649
Lodgepole pine ( Dougl. ex Loud.)-dominated ecosystems in north-central Colorado are undergoing rapid and drastic changes associated with overstory tree... 
Pinus contorta | Bark beetles | Coarse woody debris | Lodgepole pine | Stand structure | BARK BEETLE | MORTALITY | DOUGLAS-FIR BEETLE | LOGS | FOREST | SCOLYTIDAE | YELLOWSTONE-NATIONAL-PARK | INTERMOUNTAIN WEST | FORESTRY | COLEOPTERA | Health aspects | Agricultural pests | Wetland flora
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 2012, Volume 265, pp. 124 - 132
► CWD in experimental canopy gaps experiences greater surface temperatures and decreased moisture conditions. ► In undisturbed canopy areas, CWD respiration is... 
C flux | Respiration | Coarse woody debris | Canopy gap | Decay class | UNITED-STATES | DOUGLAS-FIR | DECOMPOSITION | COMMUNITIES | GREAT-LAKES REGION | SPRUCE | NORTHERN HARDWOOD FORESTS | OLD-GROWTH | FORESTRY | CARBON BUDGET | SOIL RESPIRATION | Forests | Moisture | Canopies | Decay | Fluxes | Gaps | Debris
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