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Intensification des prélèvements de biomasse et préservation de la biodiversité forestière

Abstract : After describing peculiarities and stakes in forest biodiversity, we discuss the response of biodiversity to potential habitat changes induced by an increasing forest biomass harvesting: decrease in old trees and stands, and in forest areas unmanaged for decades, increase in global cutting areas, in forest road density and in habitat fragmentation, deleterious changes in soil conditions and forest ambiance, development of short-rotation coppices. Positive or negative effects on several components of forest biodiversity (mainly soil fauna and flora, and dead wood associated species) are explored. Needs are highlighted: biodiversity monitoring, adaptive management and context-based recommendations.
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Christophe Bouget, Frédéric Gosselin, Marion Gosselin. Intensification des prélèvements de biomasse et préservation de la biodiversité forestière. Revue forestière française, AgroParisTech, 2011, LXIII (2), pp.265-276. ⟨hal-02596787⟩

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