DrapeauNappiImbeauEtAl2009

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Drapeau, P., Nappi, A., Imbeau, L. and Saint-Germain, M. (2009) Standing deadwood for keystone bird species in the eastern boreal forest: Managing for snag dynamics. Forestry Chronicle, 85(2):227-234.

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Extensive even-aged management of the boreal forest and its consequences on the loss of late-seral stages (>100 years) is raising concerns about the future of organisms associated with standing deadwood. The considerable reduction of deadwood not only at the stand but at the landscape level is considered to be one of the principal causes of biodiversity loss in managed forest ecosystems worldwide. Ecosystem-oriented management approaches propose a fundamental change in forestry practices whereby live and dead tree retention becomes an important consideration in forest harvesting. We use woodpecker assemblages and their association with standing deadwood for both nesting and foraging to emphasize the importance of the entire range of snag degradation stages for maintenance of key ecological processes in habitat remnants of managed landscapes. We argue that bridging foraging and nesting knowledge of woodpecker's snag requirements can refine conservation objectives for deadwood retention in the boreal forest.

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@ARTICLE { DrapeauNappiImbeauEtAl2009,
    AUTHOR = { Drapeau, P. and Nappi, A. and Imbeau, L. and Saint-Germain, M. },
    TITLE = { Standing deadwood for keystone bird species in the eastern boreal forest: Managing for snag dynamics },
    JOURNAL = { Forestry Chronicle },
    YEAR = { 2009 },
    VOLUME = { 85 },
    PAGES = { 227-234 },
    NUMBER = { 2 },
    MONTH = { mar },
    AF = { Drapeau, PierreEOLEOLNappi, AntoineEOLEOLImbeau, LouisEOLEOLSaint-Germain, Michel },
    C1 = { [Drapeau, Pierre; Nappi, Antoine; Saint-Germain, Michel] Univ Quebec, Chaire Ind CRSNG, UQAT, UQAM Amenagement Forestier Durable, Montreal, PQ H3C 3P8, Canada.EOLEOL[Drapeau, Pierre; Nappi, Antoine; Imbeau, Louis] Univ Quebec, Ctr Etude Foret, Dept Sci Biol, Montreal, PQ H3C 3P8, Canada.EOLEOL[Imbeau, Louis] Univ Quebec, Chaire Ind CRSNG, UQAT, UQAM Amenagement Forestier Durable, Rouyn Noranda, PQ J9X 5E4, Canada. },
    DE = { deadwood; woodpeckers; hole-nesting community; late-seral forests;EOLEOLkeystone species; foraging and nesting tree requirements; food webs;EOLEOLnest webs; snag management },
    EM = { drapeau.pierre@uqam.caEOLEOLantoine.nappi@fec.gouv.qc.caEOLEOLlouis.imbeau@uqat.caEOLEOLmichel.saint-germain@mail.mcgill.ca },
    FU = { Sustainable Forest Management Network of Centres of Excellence ;EOLEOLNatural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada ; NSERC },
    FX = { This contribution was supported by grants from the Sustainable ForestEOLEOLManagement Network of Centres of Excellence (SFMN) and the NaturalEOLEOLScience and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) DiscoveryEOLEOLprogram to P Drapeau and L. Imbeau, respectively, and the NSERCEOLEOLgraduate studies scholarship to A. Nappi, the Fonds Quebecois de laEOLEOLrecherche sur la nature et la technologie (FQRNT) graduate studiesEOLEOLscholarship to M. Saint-Germain, the FQRNT Action Concertee program,EOLEOLthe FQRNT - tquipe program (Drapeau, Imbeau and collaborators), theEOLEOLLake Duparquet Research and Teaching Forest (LDRTF) and the ChaireEOLEOLindustrielle CRSNG UQAT-UQAM en amenagement forestier durable. We alsoEOLEOLwould like to thank S. Gauthier, A. Leduc, Y Bergeron, UgoEOLEOLOuellet-Lapointe and D. Kneeshaw who discussed with us many of theEOLEOLideas presented in this paper. We thank all colleagues and graduateEOLEOLstudents who have worked on the different projects related to thisEOLEOLpaper. Finally, we thank the 2 anonymous reviewers that providedEOLEOLinsightful comments and greatly improved the final version of thisEOLEOLmanuscript. },
    GA = { 435WE },
    J9 = { FOREST CHRON },
    JI = { For. Chron. },
    LA = { English },
    NR = { 80 },
    PA = { 151 SLATER ST, STE 606, OTTAWA, ONTARIO K1P 5H3, CANADA },
    PG = { 8 },
    PI = { OTTAWA },
    RP = { Drapeau, P, Univ Quebec, Chaire Ind CRSNG, UQAT, UQAM AmenagementEOLEOLForestier Durable, CP 8888,Succursale Ctr Ville, Montreal, PQ H3C 3P8,EOLEOLCanada. },
    SC = { Forestry },
    SN = { 0015-7546 },
    TC = { 0 },
    UT = { ISI:000265373200016 },
    ABSTRACT = { Extensive even-aged management of the boreal forest and its consequences on the loss of late-seral stages (>100 years) is raising concerns about the future of organisms associated with standing deadwood. The considerable reduction of deadwood not only at the stand but at the landscape level is considered to be one of the principal causes of biodiversity loss in managed forest ecosystems worldwide. Ecosystem-oriented management approaches propose a fundamental change in forestry practices whereby live and dead tree retention becomes an important consideration in forest harvesting. We use woodpecker assemblages and their association with standing deadwood for both nesting and foraging to emphasize the importance of the entire range of snag degradation stages for maintenance of key ecological processes in habitat remnants of managed landscapes. We argue that bridging foraging and nesting knowledge of woodpecker's snag requirements can refine conservation objectives for deadwood retention in the boreal forest. },
    KEYWORDS = { CAVITY-NESTING BIRDS; INTERIOR BRITISH-COLUMBIA; BLACK SPRUCE STANDS; COARSE WOODY DEBRIS; CLAY BELT; SILVICULTURAL IMPLICATIONS; SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT; VERTEBRATE WILDLIFE; BARROWS GOLDENEYE; LANDSCAPE-SCALE },
    OWNER = { sobru1 },
    PUBLISHER = { Canadian Inst Forestry },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2009.05.08 },
}

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