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Fig. 1 | Environmental Evidence

Fig. 1

From: What are the effects of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on boreal forest biodiversity in Fennoscandia and European Russia? A systematic review protocol

Fig. 1

Simplified depiction of impact pathways influencing species assemblages over time. Clear-cut is a typical management practice for even-aged forest management whereas uneven-aged forest management retains continuous forest cover. In practice, the dichotomy between even-aged and uneven-aged forest management regimes is less distinct than depicted here due to effect modifiers such as the number of retention trees, gap size, and felling style

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