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Arthropod densities across an ancient woodland and conifer plantation ecotone

Peter M. Jones

Arthropod densities across an ancient woodland and conifer plantation ecotone

structural similarities between habitats suppress edge effects

by Peter M. Jones

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Published by University of Surrey Roehampton in Roehampton .
Written in English


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Thesis (MSc) (Ecological Management and Monitoring) - University of Surrey Roehampton, 2002.

Statementby Peter M. Jones.
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Open LibraryOL20320394M

Summary. Throughout this module we have discussed a variety of activities related to the management of southern pine forests, both natural and plantation. You should now be familiar with the native pine species found throughout the southeast, their management, their associated pests and diseases, and the economic advantages and disadvantages of.   A few tree species make it into the bog (you can see a few stunted conifers) but they are very different species than can survive in the forest. Climate niches shift across an ecotone, so often the most interesting biology and highest diversity of species is found on the ecotone itself.

24) The forests in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from which your text book was made are _____. A) harvested by clear-cutting B) harvested using ecosystem-based management C) have no mature trees D) plantation forests of pine and spruce E) suffer from erosion and heavy pesticide use. Arthropod Results There was a significant trend observed at the 8 month collection between moisture content of mesh treatments (p.

Removal of broadleaved woodland area for new slip road Crossing of Chapelton Burn tributary and ephemeral burn at site of tie-in junction. Main tributary known to support otters at this location. This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey. Non-wood forest products (NWFPs) are goods of biological origin other than wood, derived from forests, other wooded land and trees outside forests. NWFPs and similar terms such as “minor”, “secondary” and “non-timber” forest products (NTFPs) have emerged as umbrella expressions for the vast array of both animal and plant products other than wood derived from forests or forest tree.


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Arthropod densities across an ancient woodland and conifer plantation ecotone by Peter M. Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

Read "The effects of restoring a conifer Plantation on an Ancient Woodland Site (PAWS) in the UK on the habitat and local population of the Hazel Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius), European Journal of Wildlife Research" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

During the time of the Forestry Commission's drive to make woodlands more productive, especially during the s, 60s and 70s, many ancient woodlands were planted up with exotic conifer species.

This was very damaging as the light needed by ancient woodland species was no. The common dormouse is a European protected species that is considered at risk during forest management operations in the UK.

Historically, they were believed to exist principally in scrub and broadleaved woodlands, especially hazel coppice, but recent evidence has shown that they are present in some conifer sites at low density.

Operations to restore conifer plantations on ancient woodland Cited by: 8. PAWS stands for Plantation on Ancient Woodland Site (ecology) Suggest new definition. This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories: Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

See other definitions of PAWS. Other Resources. What inIonnation is availablc from thc ancicnt woodland project. Provisional county rcports and printouts from the inventory database (Appendix 1 lists all county reports and the date of production).

Spencer J.W. and Kirby K.J. An inventory of ancient woodlclnd in England and ical Conscrvatioii 62 (2) Spiders (Araneae) and ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) were studied in a woodland of the Northwest German lowland. An ancient oak–beech stand ( years old) growing on mineral soil as.

Deciduous woodland centres, edges and adjoining conifer forests differed significantly in bird species numbers (Table 3, χ 2 =, PCited by: The Teakettle Experimental Forest (36°58′N, °02′W) is situated in the Sierra National Forest north of the North Fork of the Kings River, approximately 80 km east of Fresno, California ().The ha of Teakettle’s old-growth forest spans the upper montane red fir and lower montane mixed-conifer ecotone of the southern Sierra Nevada on the west side of the crest at an approximate Cited by: 2.

Ecologists once focused their research on “pristine” habitats that were considered untouched by human activity. As urbanization rapidly increases, the concept of pristine habitats becomes obsolete.

Urban habitats must be studied in order to understand the ecology of our increasingly developed society. Rapid urbanization greatly affects coastal : Anna E Williams. mixed-conifer forest before thinning and burning treatment.

We expected significant differences in arthropod abun-dances and assemblage structure among plant species that would be selected for posttreatment study. Methods We studied canopy arthropod assemblages on five rep-licate plots at the Teakettle Experimental Forest, 80 km east.

A separate comparison was made to determine if this relationship was consistent across all ents Individuals Sites Pitfall Traps Orders Mean Orders ± SE Hymenoptera Abundance Hymenoptera Occurrence Overall 4, 44 19% Gap 1, 12 64 16% Light Thinning 1, 8 38 15ARTHROPOD SPECIES IN CULTURE IN THE U.S.& OTHER COUNTIRES [ al Dickerson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : al Dickerson.

On this plantation PHM presented the highest population densities with indi-viduals/ shoot. As a result of the predator activity, PHM start to decrease, up to % ( individuals/ shoot) 48 days after predator first release, at this time predator density was individuals/ shoot.

The genus Platanthera is the largest genus of orchids to be found in North America north of Mexico; the woodland and bog rein orchids comprise a significant group of species found throughout much of temperate U.S.

and Canada. The luminously green rein orchids, so-called because of the resemblance of some of the flowers to the reins used on /5(2).

CONIFEROUS WOODLAND (UK BAP BROAD HABITAT) This broad habitat includes all coniferous woodland except yew, so it consists of native pine and juniper woodland and all conifer plantations. Felled conifer woodland whose vegetation cannot be clearly assigned to. ARTHROPOD NATURAL ENEMY AND PEST DENSITY Studies in all years tracked the density of a consistent, selected complex of 22 taxa of foliage-dwelling arthropod natural enemies, primarily predators, along with densities of various key pests including P.

gossypiella, B. tabaci and L. hesperus. Most arthropods were sampled using. Conserving a variety of ancient forest patches maintains historic arthropod diversity Article in Biodiversity and Conservation 25(5) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This paper studied edge effects resulting from logging to reforestation on the distribution of ground-dwelling beetles (Coleoptera) across ecotones between natural oak forests and mature pine plantations established after harvesting of natural forests.

Using pitfall traps, ground-dwelling beetles were investigated at three replicated plots (ecotones) with three sampling positions of slope Cited by: biological indicators of arthropod diversity, across five experimental thinning treatments, in an oak savannas restoration site in Northern Il - linois.

In the Midwest, highly fragmented oak savannas are considered to the primary ecotone conjoining deciduous forests and grasslands (Kerr et al. ; Menke et al. Oak savannas are globally en. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONTEXT FOR THE SOUTH CAROLINA WOODLAND PERIOD RESEARCH SERIES 22 Prepared for: South Carolina Department of Archives and History P.O.

Box Columbia, South Carolina Michael Trinkley Chicora Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box Columbia, South Carolina September ISSN. Start studying GEO Chapter 5.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Decomposition studies were conducted using pig carcasses, one burned and the other unburned (the control) to determine effects of burning on arthropod succession patterns.

The burnt carcass corresponded to a Crow and Glassman Scale level no. 2 burn victim. The studies were conducted in two contrasting habitats, both on the island of Oahu. The first was conducted in a xerophytic habitat from 1 Cited by: Selection criteria: HC1 – Ancient Woodland Sites. Rationale: The structure of the wood and its flora suggest that this is an ancient woodland site, although it is too small to be listed on the inventory.