Scale-dependent effects of coppicing on the species pool of late successional beech forests in the central Apennines, Italy (pages 474–485)
Giandiego Campetella, Roberto Canullo, Alessandro Gimona, Janos Garadnai, Alessandro Chiarucci, Daniele Giorgini, Elia Angelini, Marco Cervellini, Stefano Chelli and Sandor Bartha
Version of Record online: 2 JUN 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12235
The present study highlights the importance of a multiple scale approach in studying the effect of forest management on diversity. More than the management itself, the landscape heterogeneity seemed to influence the species richness at the plot scale, and the beech specialist species richness at the forest patch scale.