Data from: The significance of retention trees for survival of ectomycorrhizal fungi in clear‐cut Scots pine forests

Erica Sterkenburg, Karina E. Clemmensen, Björn D. Lindahl & Anders Dahlberg
1. Forestry with short stand generations and simplified forest structures has markedly af-fected forest biodiversity. One group of organisms adversely affected by clear-cutting is ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungi, as they are associated with the roots of living trees. Retention forestry is a way of reducing logging impacts and enhancing biodiversity conservation. In-creasing the proportion of trees retained at harvest may improve ECM fungal diversity. 2. We investigated the potential for life-boating of ECM fungi through the...
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