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Dr ANNE OXBROUGH

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    PhD projects

    • Landscape genetics of forest-associated invertebrates • Saproxylic species in plantations forests: deadwood and biodiversity • The value of mixed plantations for supporting biodiversity.

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    • 2019

      Advances in understanding forest ecosystem services: conserving biodiversity

      OXBROUGH, ANNE. & Pinzón, J., 20 Dec 2019, Achieving sustainable management of boreal and temperate forests. Cambridge, UK: Burleigh Dodds, p. 211-238 18 p. (Agricultural Science; vol. 71).

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    • 2013

      Spiders in Forest Ecoystems

      Oxbrough, A. & Ziesche, T., 2013, Integrative approaches as an opportunity for the conservation of forest biodiversity. Kraus, D. & Krumm, F. (eds.). Germany: European Forest Institute, p. 186-193 284 p. (In Focus: Managing Forest in Europe).

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    • 2001

      Páramo spiders of Volcán Chiles

      Oxbrough, A. & Ramsay, P. M., 2001, The Ecology of Volcán Chiles: high-altitude ecosystems on the Ecuador-Columbia border. Ramsay, P. M. (ed.). Plymouth: Pebble & Shell, p. 159-168 217 p.

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