Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Diversifying traditional forest management to protect forest arthropods

(University of Barcelona) The structure of vegetation and steam distance are important factors to consider in order to protect the biodiversity of forest arthropods, as stated in an article now published in the journal Forest Ecology and Management. The conclusions of the study note the farther we are from a river course, the better conditions for the communities of arthropods in the forests, since they need a cool and wet microclimate.