Suserup Skov in Denmark is a well-preserved beech-dominated forest
reserve with continuity in tree cover at least back to 4200 BC,
indicating it to be a direct descendent of the primeval forests.
Despite of documented historical impact from humans, Suserup Skov
is now increasingly characterized by natural disturbance dynamics
and is one of the best reference areas for naturalness in the
nemoral part of northern Europe. This has attracted several
research projects focussing on forest dynamics, ecology and
biodiversity which are summarized in this issue of Ecological
This volume focuses on three main areas:
1) stand structures and dynamics
2) water and nutrient cycling processes, and
3) vegetation patterns and processes.
With a compilation of scientific reviews, detailed case-studies
and experimental works, the volume provides a unique and in-depth
overview of structures and processes in a single forest reserve.
The aim is to establish a basic reference of science and practice
within forestry and nature conservation.
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