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Table 2 Combinations of interventions and dominant genera of trees (number of studies)

From: What is the impact of active management on biodiversity in boreal and temperate forests set aside for conservation or restoration? A systematic map

InterventionGenus
Abies Acer Alnus Betula Carya Eucalyptus Fagus Fraxinus Larix Liriodendron Picea Pinus Populus Prunus Pseudotsuga Quercus Thuja Tilia Tsuga All studies
Burning401416186421435143824358033227
Thinning421300006171261196480464118229
Partial harvesting4668133122389251085342353478434311
Removal of woody understorey1184550320261821103202057
Removal of ground vegetation10010100003500010109
Litter manipulation1311211202211101500120
Creation of dead wood13130110104013605410266
Addition of dead wood2000023000161100000019
Grazing or exclusion from grazing12208272822131121421564463311157
Mowing013100130003100401010
Coppicing00100000000100030004
Pollarding00100002000000020104
Underplanting0022000100462012100325
Introduction of non-tree species120010120032102400011
Control of exotic/invasive species180030850102210800121
Hydrological interventions00000000004100000004
Other interventions020130100325100500013
All interventions10210718733113772511111952776913121171131352 
  1. The table shows the number of included studies with a given combination of intervention and dominant (or co-dominant) genera of trees. Data are presented for genera covered by a total of 10 studies or more. Many of the studies have listed more than one genus as dominant