This research aims at developping a taxonomic valuation of scolytids and their natural enemies living in beech and oaks forests, to assess the diversity of these communities regarding to forest management practices, to investigate their roles in these ecosystems, to simulate the impact of various management practices on coarse woody debris accumulation, and to give the foresters management tools integrating the "saproxylic factor".
saproxylic organisms, hardwood forests, Biogeography, Ecology, Habitat management, restoration, Modelling, Systematics and taxonomy, Forests, Systematics, Inventorying and Classification, Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, ecosystem vision, ecosystems, nature conservation, nature management, Streams , running waters, Ponds and lakes , standing waters, W-Europe, Belgium, Wallonia, Walloon Region, Scolytidae, Trypodendron, Lymexylonidae, Hylecoetus dermestoides, Trypodendron sp., Anisandrus sp., Insecta, Coleoptera
|Unité de gestion des ressources forestières et des milieux naturels||unknown|
|XYLOBIOS: Diversity, ecology and roles of saproxylic organisms in Belgian deciduous forests||partner|
created:2011-12-14 14:18:59 UTC, source:biodiv