Data from: Temporal dynamics in animal community assembly during post-logging succession in boreal forest

Hélène Le Borgne, Christian Hébert, Angélique Dupuch, Orphé Bichet, David Pinaud & Daniel Fortin
Species assemblages can result from deterministic processes, such as niche differentiation and interspecific interactions, and from stochastic processes, such as random colonisation and extinction events. Although changes in animal communities following disturbances have been widely examined, few studies have investigated the mechanisms structuring communities during ecological succession. We assessed the impact of logging on small mammal and beetle assemblages in landscapes dominated by old-growth boreal forests. Our objectives were to 1) characterize variations in communities...
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