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- 27Sustainable Forest Management Network
- 2Adamowicz, Wiktor
- 2D'Eon, Rob
- 2Drapeau, Pierre
- 2Fyles, James
- 2Kopra, Kristin
- 31Sustainable Forest Management Network
- 25Sustainable Forest Management Network/Research Notes (Sustainable Forest Management Network)
- 14Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of
- 14Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of/Theses and Dissertations
- 6Biological Sciences, Department of
- 5Biological Sciences, Department of/Journal Articles (Biological Sciences)
A practical approach for comparing management strategies in complex forest ecosystems using meta-modelling toolkitsDownload
SFM Network Research Note Series No. 56
SFM Network Research Note Series No. 29
Biodiversity loss endangers ecosystem services and is considered as a global change that may generate unacceptable environmental consequences on the Earth system. Global biodiversity observations are needed to provide a deep understanding of the biodiversity - ecosystem services relationship and...
The benefits of nature-based tourism to biodiversity conservation are often presumed but rarely quantified. The relative value placed on attributes of nature parks is unknown, as is the contribution of biodiversity to tourists' willingness to visit a particular protected area. We surveyed...
SFM Network Research Note Series No. 59
The conservation of species requires preservation of natural habitats. Where the integrity of natural habitats has been upset, species go extinct. All natural habitats are continuing to decline, both inside and outside of reserves. Habitat change is partly a natural process (e.g., succession),...
Workshop Proceedings 2001-4
Prairie wetlands provide many important ecosystem services including supporting biodiversity, improving water quality, preventing erosion, recharging groundwater, and attenuating floods. However, more than half of prairie wetlands in North America have been lost, primarily due to drainage for...
SFM Network Research Note Series No. 58
SFM Network Research Note Series No. 63