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Table 2 Trends of change of forest and environment variables comparing primary unmanaged forests with different retention types during the first 10 years after harvesting (AR = aggregate patches, DR = dispersed retention) in Nothofagus pumilio forests in Tierra del Fuego

From: Knowledge arising from long-term research of variable retention harvesting in Tierra del Fuego: where do we go from here?

Group Sub-group AR DR References
Forest
Reproduction Seed production - --- Martínez Pastur et al. 2008, 2011a, b, 2013a, b, 2014, 2016a, b; Soler et al. 2015; Torres et al. 2015
Recruitment + --
Survival + +++
Growth + +++
Browsing + +++
Abiotic damage = -
Structure Stability - --- Martínez Pastur et al. 2007a, 2009, 2013b; Cellini et al. 2013; Soler et al. 2015
Dieback + ++
Growth + +++
Crown cover - ---
Litter production - ---
Dead-wood = ++++
Environment
Microclimate Rainfall + +++ Martínez Pastur et al. 2011a, b, 2013b, 2014
Max air temp = ++
Min air temp = --
Max soil temp = ++
Min soil temp = --
Wind + +++
Solar radiation + +++
Soil Moisture = +++ Martínez Pastur et al. 2013b, 2014; Soler et al. 2015
Compaction = ++
Carbon = -
Nitrogen = -
Phosphorous = +