Bringing forward the benefits of coarse woody debris in ecosystem recovery under different levels of grazing and vegetation density
Restoration projects often do not effectively restore some key biological resources that take time, often centuries, to accumulate. Such resources are often characteristic of 'natural' ecosystems and are critical to successful ecosystem recovery. Deadwood or 'coarse woody debris' (CWD) is one such example. Coarse woody debris is depauperate in many of the world's ecosystems due to stand structural simplification through vegetation clearing, logging and grazing. The lag time in the natural...[Show more]
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