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Com A. dk C. be G. it G. Chirici et al. V. 2011 25 26 S. Winter et al. then grouped into seven essential biodiversity features: forest categories, forest age, forest structure, deadwood, regeneration, ground vegetation and naturalness. These seven essential features constitute the second level of WG3’s 4-level reference framework: (1) concept, (2) essential feature, (3) indicator, and (4) NFI variable. This chapter addresses in detail the analyses of the questionnaire responses, selection of the 17 biodiversity variables, and derivation of the seven essential forest biodiversity features.

2007). Conservation planning in forest landscapes of Fennoscandia and an approach to the challenge of countdown 2010. Conservation Biology, 21(6), 1445–1454. Ministerial convention on the protection of forests in Europe (MCPFE). (2002). Improved panEuropean indicators for sustainable forest management. Liaison Unit Vienna. http://www. org. Accessed Apr 2008. Ministerial Convention on the Protection of Forests in Europe (MCPFE). (2003). Improved ­Pan-European indicators for sustainable forest management as adopted by the MCPFE expert level meeting, 7–8 October 2002 (p.

Com A. dk C. be G. it G. Chirici et al. V. 2011 25 26 S. Winter et al. then grouped into seven essential biodiversity features: forest categories, forest age, forest structure, deadwood, regeneration, ground vegetation and naturalness. These seven essential features constitute the second level of WG3’s 4-level reference framework: (1) concept, (2) essential feature, (3) indicator, and (4) NFI variable. This chapter addresses in detail the analyses of the questionnaire responses, selection of the 17 biodiversity variables, and derivation of the seven essential forest biodiversity features.

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