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Forests, Volume 11, Issue 5 (May 2020) – 113 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The conservation of sufficiently extensive and diverse habitats requires an array of coordinated [...] Read more. The conservation of sufficiently extensive and diverse habitats requires an array of coordinated actions, often involving large areas. The Natura 2000 network was created to coordinate biodiversity conservation efforts across Europe. Deadwood volume and the density of large deadwood pieces are widely used for evaluating the quality of forest habitat types designated under the Habitats Directive. However, research results indicate that the conservation status of the many habitat types is unfavorable–inadequate or unfavorable–bad. Thus, it is necessary to design a strategy for those habitats where deadwood is desirable and where standard management procedures are insufficient to ensure favorable conservation outcomes.View this paper.