Ecology And Management Of Coppice Woodlands by G.P. BuckleyEcology And Management Of Coppice Woodlands by G.P. Buckley

Ecology And Management Of Coppice Woodlands

byG.P. Buckley

Paperback | October 21, 2012

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Contributed to by leading experts, this book looks at the history of coppice woodlands, their physical environment, the different management techniques used and their effects on the flora and fauna. The implications of this for conservation is controversial and this is debated in a lively way in many of the chapters.
Title:Ecology And Management Of Coppice WoodlandsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pagesPublished:October 21, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401050422

ISBN - 13:9789401050425

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Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction. Coppices in the lowland landscape - G F Peterken; Coppice forestry - an overview - J Evans; Part II: The physical environment. Growth stages and microclimate in coppice and high forest - P L Mitchell; Soil water relations in an ancient coppiced woodland - I Cummings and H Cook; Part III: Contrasting processes in coppice and forest ecosystems. Coppicing and natural disturbance in temperate woodlands - a review - M N Evans and J P Barkham; Accumulation of dead wood - a missing ingredient in coppicing? - K J Kirby; Part IV: Effects of coppicing on the ground flora. The effects of coppicing and neglect on the performance of the perennial ground flora - J P Barkham; The effects of changing management on seed banks in ancient coppices - A H F Brown and S J Warr; Part V: Effects of coppicing on birds. Effects of coppice management on woodland breeding birds - R J Fuller; Coppice management for pheasants - C E Bealey and P A Robertson; Part VI: Effects of coppicing on mammal populations. The effects of coppice management on small mammal populations - J Gurnell, M Hicks and S Whitbread; The interaction of deer and vegetation in coppice woods - P R Ratcliffe; Part VII: effects of coppicing on invertebrate populations. Butterfly responses to coppicing - M S Warren and J A Thomas; The quality of coppice woods as habitats for invertebrates - J N Greatorex-Davies and R H Marrs; Part VIII: Implications of coppicing for conservation management. Coppicing for nature conservation: the practical reality - J Booker and R Tittensor; Coppicing: a conservation panacea? - F B Goldsmith; Glossary. Index.

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...The papers are clearly presented, and some are excellent scientific writing...I congratulate Dr Buckley and the contributors on having produced one of the best ecological symposium volumes of the last twenty years - Trends in Ecology and Evolution; ..this is a very important and impressive book: it provides a whole spread of detailed scientific information about coppice woodlands. It is well written and carefully edited. This will undoubtedly be a very useful book for arboriculturalists, ecologists, conservationists, landscape managers - Landscape Design; ...a valuable resource... - Forestry; This volume is an avenue that will lead students of forests in North America and elsewhere to this intriguing and relevant British literature - The Quarterly Review of Biology