Title: Forest Biodiversity: Lessons from History for Conservation
Editors: Honnay, Olivier
Bossuyt, Beatrijs
Verheyen, Kris
Hermy, Martin
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: CAB International
Series Title: IUFRO Research series
Description: This book, written by internationally renown experts presents a unique multidisciplinary approach to forest species conservation and is iIllustrative of the evolution of forest historical ecological research over the last two or three decades

It focuses on the diverse impact of forest history in general, and of forest continuity, fragmentation and past management in particular, on the diversity and distribution of species. The implications for the conservation of biodiversity in forests are also addressed. Chapters have been developed from papers presented at a conference held in Leuven in January 2003. The emphasis is on temperate forests in Europe and North America, but the information may also be applicable to other regions or biomes. The book will be of significant interest to researchers working within the areas of forestry, ecology, conservation and environmental history.
ISBN: ISBN 085199802X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IBe
Appears in Collections:Plant Systematics and Ecology Section - miscellaneous
Division Forest, Nature and Landscape Research

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