Lena Gustafsson
Lena Gustafsson
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Higher levels of multiple ecosystem services are found in forests with more tree species
L Gamfeldt, T Snäll, R Bagchi, M Jonsson, L Gustafsson, P Kjellander, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-8, 2013
8772013
Threatened plant, animal, and fungus species in Swedish forests: distribution and habitat associations
Å Berg, B Ehnström, L Gustafsson, T Hallingbäck, M Jonsell, J Weslien
Conservation biology 8 (3), 718-731, 1994
7891994
Retention forestry to maintain multifunctional forests: a world perspective
L Gustafsson, SC Baker, J Bauhus, WJ Beese, A Brodie, J Kouki, ...
BioScience 62 (7), 633-645, 2012
6052012
Dying and dead trees. A review of their importance for biodiversity
J Samuelsson, L Gustafsson, T Ingelög
Rapport-Naturvaardsverket (Sweden), 1994
3121994
A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues
DB Lindenmayer, JF Franklin, A Lõhmus, SC Baker, J Bauhus, W Beese, ...
Conservation Letters 5 (6), 421-431, 2012
3082012
Can retention forestry help conserve biodiversity? A meta‐analysis
K Fedrowitz, J Koricheva, SC Baker, DB Lindenmayer, B Palik, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1669-1679, 2014
2502014
Tree retention as a conservation measure in clear-cut forests of northern Europe: a review of ecological consequences
L Gustafsson, J Kouki, A Sverdrup-Thygeson
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 25 (4), 295-308, 2010
2202010
Does forest continuity matter in conservation?–A study of epiphytic lichens and bryophytes in beech forests of southern Sweden
Ö Fritz, L Gustafsson, K Larsson
Biological conservation 141 (3), 655-668, 2008
1952008
Retention of trees at final harvest—evaluation of a conservation technique using epiphytic bryophyte and lichen transplants
P Hazell, L Gustafsson
Biological conservation 90 (2), 133-142, 1999
1811999
Factors of importance for the epiphytic vegetation of aspen Populus tremula with special emphasis on bark chemistry and soil chemistry
L Gustafsson, I Eriksson
Journal of Applied Ecology 32, 412-424, 1995
1721995
Bryophyte flora and vegetation of managed and virgin coniferous forests in south-west Sweden
L Gustafsson, T Hallingbäck
Biological conservation 44 (4), 283-300, 1988
1551988
Biodiversity and ecosystem services in forest ecosystems: a research agenda for applied forest ecology
AS Mori, KP Lertzman, L Gustafsson
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 12-27, 2017
1412017
Threat levels and threats to red-listed species in Swedish forests
A Berg, B Ehnstrom, L Gustafsson, T Hallingback, M Jonsell, J Weslien
Conservation biology 9 (6), 1629-1633, 1995
1331995
Woodland key habitats in northern Europe: concepts, inventory and protection
J Timonen, J Siitonen, L Gustafsson, JS Kotiaho, JN Stokland, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 25 (4), 309-324, 2010
1202010
Effects of forest-fuel harvesting on the amount of deadwood on clear-cuts
J Rudolphi, L Gustafsson
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 20 (3), 235-242, 2005
1032005
Evaluation of Swedish woodland key habitats using red-listed bryophytes and lichens
L Gustafsson, J De Jong, M Noréng
Biodiversity & Conservation 8 (8), 1101-1114, 1999
881999
Spatial and temporal scales relevant for conservation of dead-wood associated species: current status and perspectives
A Sverdrup-Thygeson, L Gustafsson, J Kouki
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (3), 513-535, 2014
862014
Retention patches as potential refugia for bryophytes and lichens in managed forest landscapes
K Perhans, L Appelgren, F Jonsson, U Nordin, B Söderström, ...
Biological Conservation 142 (5), 1125-1133, 2009
822009
Presence and abundance of red‐listed plant species in Swedish forests
L Gustafsson
Conservation biology 16 (2), 377-388, 2002
802002
Red-listed species and indicators: vascular plants in woodland key habitats and surrounding production forests in Sweden
L Gustafsson
Biological Conservation 92 (1), 35-43, 2000
802000
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