Sustaining Young Forest Communities: Ecology and Management of early successional habitats in the central hardwood region, USA

Sustaining Young Forest Communities: Ecology and Management of early successional habitats in the central hardwood region, USA

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ISBN-13: 9789400737945
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 10/24/2013
Series: Managing Forest Ecosystems , #21
Edition description: 2011
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: What are Early Successional Habitats, Why are they Important, and How Can they be Sustained? Cathryn H. Greenberg, Beverly Collins, Frank R. Thompson III, W. Henry McNab

2. Subregional Variation in Upland Hardwood Forest Composition and Disturbance Regimes of the Central Hardwood Region. W. Henry McNab

3. Natural Disturbances and Early Successional Habitats. Peter S. White, Beverly Collins, Gary R. Wein

4. Fire in Eastern Hardwood Forests through 14,000 Years. Martin A. Spetich, Roger W. Perry, Craig A. Harper, Stacy L. Clark

5. Structure and Species Composition of Upland Hardwood Communities After Regeneration Treatments Across Environmental Gradients. David L. Loftis, Callie J. Schweitzer, Tara L. Keyser

6. Spatial and Temporal Patterns in the Amount of Young Forests and Implications for Biodiversity. Stephen R. Shifley, Frank R. Thompson III

7. Herbaceous Response to Type and Severity of Disturbance. Katherine J. Elliott, Craig A. Harper, B. Collins

8. The Role of Young, Recently Disturbed Upland Hardwood Forest as High Quality Food Patches. Cathryn H. Greenberg, Roger W. Perry, Craig A. Harper, Douglas J. Levey, John M. McCord

9. Population Trends for Eastern Scrub-Shrub Birds Related to Availability of Small-diameter Upland Hardwood Forests. Kathleen E. Franzreb, Sonja N. Oswalt, David A. Buehler

10. Bats and Gaps: The Role of Early Successional Patches in the Roosting and Foraging Ecology of Bats. Susan C. Loeb, Joy M. O’Keefe

11. Reptile and Amphibian Response to Hardwood Forest Management and Early Successional Habitats. Christopher E. Moorman, Kevin E. Russell, Cathryn H. Greenberg

12. Managing Early Successional Habitats for Wildlife in Novel Places. J. Drew Lanham, Maria A. Whitehead

13. Conservation of Early Successional Habitats in the Applachian Mountains: A Manager’s Perspective. Gordon S. Warburton, Craig A. Harper, Kendrick Weeks

14. Early Successional Forest Habitats and Water Resources. James M. Vose, Chelcy R. Ford

15. Carbon Dynamics Following the Creation of Early Successional Habitats in Forests of the Central Hardwood Region. Tara L. Keyser

16. Forecasting Forest Type and Age Classes in the Appalachian-Cumberland Subregion of the Central Hardwood Region. David N. Wear, Robert Huggett

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