Birds diversity and rarity on a restored site

Brand new paper by Moudrý et al. in the Landscape and Urban Planning is dealing with: The role of the vegetation structure, primary productivity and senescence derived from airborne LiDAR and hyperspectral data for birds diversity and rarity on a restored site. The study supports the necessity to create a mosaic of habitats with heterogeneous vertical structure including all layers of vegetation and highlights the importance of senescent vegetation. Combination of forests restoration with sites left to spontaneous succession appears to be the best strategy to increase both bird species richness and rarity in newly restored sites after coal mining.

Vítězslav Moudrý, Lucie Moudrá, Vojtěch Barták, Vladimír Bejček, Kateřina Gdulová, Markéta Hendrychová, David Moravec, Petr Musil, Duccio Rocchini, Karel Šťastný, Ondřej Volf, Miroslav Šálek, The role of the vegetation structure, primary productivity and senescence derived from airborne LiDAR and hyperspectral data for birds diversity and rarity on a restored site, Landscape and Urban Planning, Volume 210, 2021, 104064, ISSN 0169-2046,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2021.104064

 

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