Sampling event

Long-lasting effects of logging on beetles in hollow oaks

最新版本 由 Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) 發佈於 2019年12月13日 Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)
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2019年12月13日
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說明

Habitat loss is currently one of the largest threats to biodiversity worldwide, but an increasing number of studies show that accounting for past habitat loss is essential to understanding current distributional patterns. Hollow oaks (Quercus spp.) are important habitats for species that depend on deadwood. We used a gradient spanning 40 km from the coast to inland areas reflecting historical logging intensity through 500 years in Southern Norway, to investigate if the historical variation in oak density is influencing the structure of beetle communities in hollow oaks today. We trapped beetles in 32 hollow oaks along this gradient. The current dataset contains data from 2014, but not 2013 which also was included in the study (and is available through Norway's Species Map Service, http://artskart.artsdatabanken.no). We selected hollow oaks Quercus robur and Q. petraea along a coast-inland gradient in two regions, Agder and Larvik, in southern Norway. Agder is situated in the south, with hollow oaks from the coast to 40 km inland, while Larvik is located in the southeast with hollow oaks from the coast to 25 km inland. We sampled 16 hollow oaks in each region. Our study included trees in forest (n = 17) and semi-natural habitats (n = 15). The latter represents oaks in forest edges along fields or close to settlements. Each oak was sampled for insects using two flight interception traps (window size 20 × 40 cm) for each oak, one in front of the cavity opening and one in the canopy. The insect traps were active from mid-May to mid-August in 2014, and emptied once a month. All beetle species caught were determined to species.

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Event (核心)
96
Occurrence 
1460

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GBIF 註冊

此資源已向GBIF註冊,並指定以下之GBIF UUID: 9cc6fab1-4652-47ec-b89b-db2950629372。  Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) 發佈此資源,並經由GBIF Norway同意向GBIF註冊成為資料發佈者。

關鍵字

Samplingevent; Quercus; veteran tree; extinction debt; spatial scales; Coleoptera; saproxylic; historical logging; temporal scale

聯絡資訊

Hanne Eik Pilskog
  • 元數據提供者
  • 作者
  • 出處
  • 連絡人
NMBU
Ås
NO
Tone Birkemoe
  • 作者
  • 出處
NMBU
1432 Ås
Erik Framstad
  • 作者
NINA
NO
Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson
  • 作者
NMBU
Ås
NO
Marianne Evju
  • 作者
NINA
NO

地理涵蓋範圍

Southern Norway

界定座標範圍 緯度南界 經度西界 [57.751, 4.131], 緯度北界 經度東界 [60.457, 11.426]

分類群涵蓋範圍

無相關描述

Order Coleoptera

引用文獻

  1. Pilskog, H.E. 2016 Effects of climate, historical logging and spatial scales on beetles in hollow oaks. PhD-thesis. Norwegian University of Life Sciences, NMBU, Ås, Norway. p. 212

額外的詮釋資料

替代的識別碼 9cc6fab1-4652-47ec-b89b-db2950629372
https://ipt.gbif.no/resource?r=hollow-oaks