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Journal of Applied Ecology, ISSN 0021-8901, 01/2018, Volume 55, Issue 1, pp. 279 - 289
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Global Ecology and Biogeography, ISSN 1466-822X, 10/2018, Volume 27, Issue 10, pp. 1140 - 1154
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GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY, ISSN 1466-822X, 10/2018, Volume 27, Issue 10, pp. 1140 - 1154
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 09/2018, Volume 424, pp. 505 - 518
•Snag and coarse woody debris deficit persists 13 years after logging.•Slash fuel mass converges for unlogged v. logged stands 13 years after logging.•By 2011,... 
Salvage logging | Post-fire logging | Restoration logging | Disturbance, wildfire | Re-burn hypothesis | WESTERN UNITED-STATES | WASHINGTON | EASTERN CASCADES | COMMUNITIES | COARSE WOODY DEBRIS | FIRE | Re-bum hypothesis | FORESTRY | WILDFIRE | VEGETATION | Forest reserves | Wildfires | Analysis
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Forest Ecology and Management, ISSN 0378-1127, 10/2013, Volume 305, pp. 273 - 281
•Bark beetle dynamics are analyzed over a 9-year period covering 10,000 km2 of forest.•Poisson log-normal models are used to quantify drivers of bark beetle... 
Salvage logging | Natural disturbances | Sanitation felling | Population dynamics | Insect outbreaks | Ips typographus | MORTALITY | MANAGEMENT | CLIMATE-CHANGE | POPULATIONS | STORM | COL.-SCOLYTIDAE | WINDTHROW | SCOTS PINE | FORESTRY | EUROPEAN FORESTS | COLEOPTERA | Logging | Bark beetles | Agricultural pests | Analysis
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Ecological Applications, ISSN 1051-0761, 04/2018, Volume 28, Issue 3, p. 826
Disturbances are key drivers of plant community composition, structure, and function. Plant functional traits, including life forms and reproductive strategies... 
Populations | Ecosystems | Human influences | Environmental changes | Biodiversity | Seeding | Clear cutting | Ecosystem assessment | Eucalyptus | Clearcutting | Salvage | Fires | Disturbance | Ash | Species | Community composition | Logging | Trees | Composition | Plant communities | Natural disturbance | Plant populations | Anthropogenic factors | Resilience | Climate change | Ferns | Disturbances | Herbivores | Structure-function relationships
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Conservation Biology, ISSN 0888-8892, 8/2006, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 949 - 958
We summarize the documented and potential impacts of salvage logging-a form of logging that removes trees and other biological material from sites after... 
Salvage logging | Logging | Conservation biology | Wildfires | Boreal forests | Forest ecology | Forest management | Forest conservation | Forest ecosystems | Special Section: The Ecological Effects of Salvage Logging after Natural Disturbance | Forest fires | human disturbance | gestión forestal | conservación de la biodiversidad | procesos ecosistémicos | forest management | natural disturbance | Human disturbance | Natural disturbance | SILVICULTURAL TREATMENTS | MONTANE ASH FORESTS | BIRD COMMUNITIES | FOREST MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES | BOREAL FOREST | HIGH-INTENSITY WILDFIRE | COARSE WOODY DEBRIS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SAND-PINE SCRUB | STAND-REPLACEMENT FIRE | ECOLOGY | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Trees | Conservation of Natural Resources - methods | Disasters | Forestry - legislation & jurisprudence | Ecosystem | Forestry - methods | Biodiversity | Forestry - economics | Salvage felling and logging | Ecosystems | Habitats | Botanical composition | Conservation | Plant communities | Native forests | Species diversity | Forest policy | Reviews | Wildlife | Disturbance | Logging effects | Habitat destruction | Native species | United States | Environmental policy | Disaster relief | Environmental aspects | Emergency management | Planning | Australia | Natural disasters | Protection and preservation | Forests and forestry | Biological diversity conservation | Timber | Environmental protection | Timber industry | Biological diversity
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Omega, ISSN 0305-0483, 06/2019, p. 102076
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New Forests, ISSN 0169-4286, 08/2019, pp. 1 - 12
Salvage logging after forest disturbances is a controversial but common practice, yet it remains relatively poorly studied, particularly after windstorms... 
Logging | Forests | Composition | Seeds | Communities | Salvage operations | Seed banks | Logging industry | Biodiversity | Seedlings | Species diversity | Regeneration | Salvage | Plant diversity | Understory | Tornadoes | Windthrow | Species | Deciduous forests | Community composition
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Conservation Biology, ISSN 0888-8892, 8/2006, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 984 - 993
The bird species in western North America that are most restricted to, and therefore most dependent on, severely burned conifer forests during the first years... 
Old growth forests | Salvage logging | Coniferous forests | Conservation biology | Forest service | Boreal forests | Forest ecology | Birds | Forest management | Special Section: The Ecological Effects of Salvage Logging after Natural Disturbance | Forest fires | cavity‐nesting birds | aves andantes en oquedades | cosecha de salvamento | fuego de severidad mixta | salvage logging | fuego de dosel | mixed‐severity fire | Black‐backed Woodpecker | Picoides arcticus | stand‐replacement fire | crown fire | fuego de reemplazo de árboles | Black-backed Woodpecker | Cavity-nesting birds | Mixed-severity fire | Crown fire | Stand-replacement fire | NESTING BIRDS | DOUGLAS-FIR | NATIONAL-PARK | stand-replacement fire | BIRD COMMUNITIES | WESTERN UNITED-STATES | BOREAL FOREST | cavity-nesting birds | mixed-severity fire | COARSE WOODY DEBRIS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | black-backed woodpecker | PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS | ECOLOGY | LANDSCAPE PATTERNS | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Trees | Conservation of Natural Resources - methods | Guidelines as Topic | Forestry - legislation & jurisprudence | Birds - physiology | North America | Animals | Disasters | Ecosystem | Fires | Forestry - methods | Coniferophyta | Conservation of Natural Resources - legislation & jurisprudence | Fire ecology | Environmental policy research | Birds, Protection of | Woodpeckers | Environmental aspects | Forest conservation | Research | Management | Methods | Beetles | Timber | Biological diversity | Forests | Timber industry | Environmental impact
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