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Systematic map database for: Salvage logging effects on regulating and supporting ecosystem services. A systematic map

e-cienciaDatos, Repositorio de Datos del Consorcio Madroño
  • Leverkus, Alexandro B.
  • Rey Benayas, José Mária
  • Castro, Jorge
  • Boucher, Dominique
  • Brewer, Stephen
  • Collins, Brandon M.
  • Donato, Daniel
  • Fraver, Shawn
  • Kishchuk, Barbara E
  • Lee, Eun-Jae
  • Lindenmayer, David B.
  • Lingua, Emanuele
  • Macdonald, Ellen
  • Marzano, Raffaella
  • Rhoades, Charles C.
  • Royo, Alejandro
  • Thorn, Simon
  • Wagenbrenner, Joseph W.
  • Waldron, Kaysandra
  • Wohlgemuth, Thomas
  • Gustafsson, Lena
Systematic Map database (in tab-delimited text format). All details and explanations can be found in Appendix A1 of the manuscript ("Systematic map database and data coding strategy”).




Data for: Salvage logging in the world’s forests: Interactions between natural disturbance and logging need recognition

e-cienciaDatos, Repositorio de Datos del Consorcio Madroño
  • Leverkus, Alexandro B.
  • Lindenmayer, David B.
  • Thorn, Simon
  • Gustafsson, Lena
Designs and locations of the individual studies that produced the 209 publications mentioned in the paper. These publications were retrieved during a systematic map on salvage logging effects on ecosystem services (for methods, refer to the text and to Leverkus et al. 2018, Can. J. For. Res.). Among the 209 publications, those excluded from this study due to failure in fulfilling inclusion criteria (e.g., because they lacked a disturbed or disturbed + salvage logged site) are indicated with “NA” and a value of “n” in the column “Included". The column “Reference” provides a unique number for each publication that can be linked to the systematic map database and Table S2 of Leverkus et al. 2018 Can. J. For. Res. For each publication, an “x” marks the existence of the following treatment categories: UD= undisturbed forest; L= logged (green-tree harvested); D= naturally disturbed (by wildfire, insect outbreak, or windthrow) yet unlogged; SL= salvage logged; +D= different disturbance severity classes included in the sampling/experimental design; +SL= intensity or severity of salvage logging included in design (e.g. through different salvage logging treatments). Site= unique name that links multiple publications arising from the same study sites. Some publications came from multiple sites; in such cases, the location of each site is provided