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Distribution spatiale du bois mort : enjeux pour la conservation des espèces cavicoles et saproxyliques

Abstract : Spatial pattern of dead wood in natural or managed forests is described, as well as the contrasting responses of cavity-dwelling and saproxylic species to clustered or random distribution of coarse woody debris and dead trees. Results are discussed in terms of forestry practices to enhance habitat continuity for saproxylic organisms at small and large scales.
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Christophe Bouget, Frédéric Gosselin, D. Vallauri, J. André, B. Dodelin, et al.. Distribution spatiale du bois mort : enjeux pour la conservation des espèces cavicoles et saproxyliques. Bois mort et à cavités : une clé pour les forêts vivantes, 2005, pp.107-113. ⟨hal-02586768⟩

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