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Emi Martín-Queller, Jeffrey M. Diez, Inés Ibáñez and Santiago Saura Effects of silviculture on native tree species richness: interactions between management, landscape context and regional climate Journal of Applied Ecology 50

Version of Record online: 5 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12064

The effects of forest management on local species richness were shaped by coarse climate conditions and by the type and extent of other management practices in the surrounding landscapes. Therefore, to develop effective forestry management plans that optimize local diversity, we need to (i) apply regionally tailored practices with lower harvest intensities in areas of greater hydric stress; (ii) avoid the extensive application of a single silvicultural system over large areas and (iii) preserve a mosaic of species-rich forests that can act as sources of colonizers to enrich the regenerating stands nearby.

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