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Asko Lohmus
Asko Lohmus
Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Tartu
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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
7602012
For what, when, and where is green-tree retention better than clear-cutting? A review of the biodiversity aspects
R Rosenvald, A Lõhmus
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (1), 1-15, 2008
4222008
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
3882012
Tree cavities in forests–The broad distribution pattern of a keystone structure for biodiversity
J Remm, A Lõhmus
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (4), 579-585, 2011
2122011
Habitat modelling as a tool for landscape-scale conservation: a review of parameters for focal forest birds
P Angelstam, JM Roberge, A Lõhmus, M Bergmanis, G Brazaitis, ...
Ecological Bulletins, 427-453, 2004
2002004
Providing nest boxes for hole-nesting birds–Does habitat matter?
R Mänd, V Tilgar, A Lohmus, A Leivits
Biodiversity and Conservation 14 (8), 1823-1840, 2005
1692005
Tree cavities in riverine forests: What determines their occurrence and use by hole-nesting passerines?
J Remm, A Lõhmus, K Remm
Forest ecology and management 221 (1), 267-277, 2006
1492006
Restoring ponds for amphibians: a success story
R Rannap, A Lohmus, L Briggs
Hydrobiologia 634 (1), 87-95, 2009
1362009
Substratum diversity explains landscape-scale co-variation in the species-richness of bryophytes and lichens
A Lõhmus, P Lõhmus, K Vellak
Biological Conservation 135 (3), 405-414, 2007
882007
Stand structure of hemiboreal old-growth forests: characteristic features, variation among site types, and a comparison with FSC-certified mature stands in Estonia
A Lõhmus, A Kraut
Forest ecology and management 260 (1), 155-165, 2010
872010
Loss of old-growth, and the minimum need for strictly protected forests in Estonia
A Lõhmus, K Kohv, A Palo, K Viilma
Ecological Bulletins, 401-411, 2004
872004
Nest quality limits the number of hole-nesting passerines in their natural cavity-rich habitat
A Lõhmus, J Remm
Acta Oecologica 27 (2), 125-128, 2005
802005
Effectiveness of solitary retention trees for conserving epiphytes: differential short-term responses of bryophytes and lichens
P Lõhmus, R Rosenvald, A Lõhmus
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36 (5), 1319-1330, 2006
772006
Do Ural owls (Strix uralensis) suffer from the lack of nest sites in managed forests?
A Lõhmus
Biological Conservation 110 (1), 1-9, 2003
772003
Geographical variation in macrohabitat use and preferences of the Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina
ÜLO VÄLI, R Treinys, A Lõhmus
Ibis 146 (4), 661-671, 2004
742004
Snags, and their lichen flora in old Estonian peatland forests
P Lõhmus, A Lõhmus
Annales Botanici Fennici 38 (4), 265-280, 2001
732001
Bird communities in hemiboreal old-growth forests: The roles of food supply, stand structure, and site type
R Rosenvald, A Lõhmus, A Kraut, L Remm
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (8), 1541-1550, 2011
722011
Epiphyte communities on the trunks of retention trees stabilise in 5years after timber harvesting, but remain threatened due to tree loss
A Lõhmus, P Lõhmus
Biological conservation 143 (4), 891-898, 2010
692010
Manipulating ungulate herbivory in temperate and boreal forests: effects on vegetation and invertebrates. A systematic review
C Bernes, B Macura, BG Jonsson, K Junninen, J Müller, J Sandström, ...
Environmental Evidence 7 (1), 13, 2018
682018
Nest-tree and nest-stand characteristics of forest-dwelling raptors in east-central Estonia: implications for forest management and conservation
A Lõhmus
Proc. Estonian Acad. Sci. Biol. Ecol 55 (1), 31œ50, 2006
612006
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