Future directions for biodiversity conservation in managed forests: indicator species, impact studies and monitoring programs
The validity and use of the indicator species concept, the design of logging impact studies, the need for long-term monitoring programs and how they might be designed, and, trade-offs between conservation strategies and economic costs are topics critical
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