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Modelling the probability of microhabitat formation on trees using cross-sectional data

Abstract : The rate of TreM formation per unit diameter growth was modelled as a function of tree diameter at breast height (DBH), and the model was calibrated considering cross-sectional observations TreMs on trees of different sizes. The model predicted realistic TreM formation rates at the tree and stand levels in forests dominated by Abies alba and Fagus sylvatica. This approach opens new perspectives to the analysis of forest biodiversity conservation strategies.
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Benoît Courbaud, Cyrille Pupin, Anthony Letort, Alain Cabanettes, Laurent Larrieu. Modelling the probability of microhabitat formation on trees using cross-sectional data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Wiley, 2017, 8 (10), 39 p. ⟨10.1111/2041-210X.12773⟩. ⟨hal-01607762⟩

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