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Spatially explicit database of tree related microhabitats (TreMs)

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‘Tree – tree’ interactions are important structuring mechanisms for forest community dynamics. Forest management takes advantage of competition effects on tree growth by removing or retaining trees to achieve management goals. Both competition and silviculture have thus a strong effect on density and distribution of tree related microhabitats (TreMs) which are key features for forest taxa at the stand scale (e.g. Bouget et al. 2013, 2014). In particular, spatially explicit data to understand patterns and mechanisms of TreM formation in forest stands are rare. To train and eventually improve decision making capacities related to the integration of biodiversity aspects into forest management to date more than 100 usually 1 ha (100 m x 100m) permanent plots were established in different forest communities of Europe. Due to their demonstration character the selection of plots was non-systematic. They do, however, cover a broad range of forest types (e.g. beech-oak, beech-fir (-spruce), oak-hornbeam, pine-spruce, etc.), altitudinal gradients (from 25 m – 1850 m) and site conditions (e.g. oligotrophic Luzulo-Fagetum or Vaccinio-Pinetum to mesotrophic Galio-Fagetum or Milio-Fagetum). For each plot the following data is collected: (1) tree location as polar coordinates (stem base map), (2) tree species, (3) forest mensuration data (dbh in [cm], tree height in [m]), (4) tree related microhabitats (TreMs) and (5) tree status (living or standing dead). In addition to the spatial dendrometric data we provide information on plot establishment, forest type, plot location (state, region, country), elevation, means for annual precipitation and temperature, and the natural forest community (Kraus et al., 2018).

Data Records

The data in this occurrence resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 42,078 records. 1 extension data tables also exist. An extension record supplies extra information about a core record. The number of records in each extension data table is illustrated below.

  • Occurrence (core)
    42078
  • MeasurementOrFact 
    155395

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Kraus D, Schuck A, Bebi P, Blaschke M, Bütler R, Flade M, Heintz W, Krumm F, Lachat T, Larrieu L, Lehnerova L, Levin M, Mergner U, Pach M, Paillet Y, Pyttel P, Rydkvist T, Santopuoli G, Sever K, Sturm K, Vandekerkhove K, Winter S, Witz M, Winnock M, Marcandella M, Roth I, Jakob A, Dickele R, Hofmann G, Ruis-Eckhardt D, Boschen S, Schölmerich U, Leder B, Guericke M, Merkel H, Löffler D, Schusser S, Runkel M, Steinmetz A, Marx K H, Mongelluzzi A, Wilshusen F, Boutteaux J, Duchamp L, Dericbourg N, Rouyer E, Csikos V, Sweeny K, Steichen D, Leytem M, Konczal S, Stereńczak K, Kazimirovic M, Šebeň V, Baiges Zapater T, van der Maaten-Theunissen M, Pommer A, Nord-Larsen T, Fuhr M, Delebeque L, Navarro L M, Lasala D, Waez-Mousavi S, Sefidi K, Abellanas B (2017): Spatially explicit database of tree related microhabitats (TreMs). v1.19. Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement (INRAE). Dataset/Occurrence. http://dynids.toulouse.inra.fr:8180/ipt/resource?r=trems_integrate&v=1.19

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Keywords

Forest ecosystem; spatially explicit; demonstration plots; tree species; tree related microhabitat occurrences; taxonomic biodiversity; saproxylic; Occurrence; Observation

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Daniel Kraus
Forest Manager (Head of Department)
Bavarian State Forest Enterprise Neureichenau DE +49 (0) 170 335 7838
Andreas Schuck
Senior Researcher (Main contact TreMs DB)
European Forest Institute DE +49 (0) 173 6293092
http://www.efi.int
Peter Bebi
Team Leader
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research CH
Markus Blaschke
Senior Researcher
Bayerische Landesanstalt für Wald und Forstwirtschaft DE
Rita Bütler
Head of Forest Biodiversity (Canton of Vaud)
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research CH
Martin Flade
Section Head
Landesamt für Umwelt Brandenburg DE
Wilfried Heintz
Data Manager
INRAE 31326 Castanet-Tolosan FR +33561285516
Frank Krumm
Senior Researcher
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research CH
Thibault Lachat
Professor
Bern University of Applied Sciences, School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences CH
Laurent Larrieu
Senior Researcher
INRAE FR
Lenka Lehnerova
Team Leader
Ústav pro hospodářskou úpravu lesů, Brandýs nad Labem CZ
Martin Levin
Forest Manager (Former Head)
City Forest of Göttingen DE
Ulrich Mergner
Forest Manager (Head)
Bavarian State Forest Enterprise Ebrach DE
Maciej Pach
Senior Researcher
Department of Silviculture, University of Agriculture PL
Yoan Paillet
Senior Researcher
INRAE FR
Patrick Pyttel
Assistant Professor (until 2019)
Chair of Silviculture, University of Freiburg DE
Tomas Rydkvist
Nature Conservation Specialist (retired)
SCA SKOG AB SE
Giovanni Santopuoli
Senior Researcher
Università degli Studi del Molise IT
Kristina Sever
Researcher
Slovenia Forestry Institute SI
Knut Sturm
Forest Manager (Head)
City Forest of Lübeck DE
Kris Vandekerkhove
Senior Researcher
Research Institute for Nature and Forest BE
Susanne Winter
Head Forest Division
WWF World Wide Fund for Nature Germany DE
Manfred Witz
Silviculture Trainer
Landesforsten Rheinland-Pfalz DE
Martin Winnock
Field Course Trainer
Inverde BE
Matteo Marcandella
Student (Forestry and Natural Environment Management)
Haute École Provinciale de Hainaut - Condorcet BE
Isabelle Roth
Deputy Director / Head Nature Conservation
Stiftung Wildnispark Zürich CH
Armin Jakob
Ref. 85 - Waldbau und Forsteinrichtung
Regierungspräsidium Freiburg DE
Reiner Dickele
Forest Manager
Forest District Kandern DE
Gerhard Hofmann
Forest Manager
Forest District Wachenroth DE
Dirk Ruis-Eckhardt
Forest Manager
City Forest Bensheim DE
Stephan Boschen
Forest Manager (Head)
Gut Hohenhaus – Gutsverwaltung DE
Uwe Schölmerich
Forest Manager (Head)
Wald und Holz NRW - State Forest Enterprise Rhein-Sieg-Erft DE
Bertram Leder
Director
Wald und Holz NRW – SP Waldbau und Forstvermehrungsgut; Lehr- und Versuchsforstamt Arnsberger Wald DE
Martin Guericke
Professor
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development DE
Hubert Merkel
Professor
Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaft und Kunst - Fakultät Ressourcenmanagement DE
Dagmar Löffler
Forest Manager (Head)
HessenForst, Forstamt Wolfhagen
Stephan Schusser
Forest Manager (Head)
Sachsenforst - Forest District Eibenstock DE
Monika Runkel
Forest Manager (Head)
WaldRLP - Forstamt Hachenburg Forstliches Bildungszentrum Rheinland Pfalz DE
Alexandra Steinmetz
Forstplanung - Forstliches Controlling
Saarforst Landesbetrieb DE
Karl Heinz Marx
Forest Manager (Head)
Forest District Tegel, Berlin DE
Andre Mongelluzzi
Expert - Initiative Future Forest Bavaria
Amt für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten Fürth DE
Florian Wilshusen
Forest Manager (Head)
Forest District Office Hofbieber DE
Jean-Jacques Boutteaux
Forest Manager (Head)
Unité territoriale d' Auberive FR
Loic Duchamp
Manager – Nature Reserves
Parc naturel régional des Vosges du Nord FR
Nicolas Dericbourg
Forest Manager
Office national des forêts FR
Emmanuel Rouyer
Forest Manager
Centre Regional Occitante (CNPF) / Centre National de la Propriete Forestiere (CRPF) FR
Valeria Csikos
Officer Directorate
Bükki Nemzeti Park Igazgatóság / Bukk National Park HU
Ken Sweeny
Silviculture Specialist
Coillte IE
Daniel Steichen
Forest Manager
Le Gouvernement du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Ministère de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement durable - Administration de la nature et des forêts LU
Michel Leytem
Head of Forest District - South
Le Gouvernement du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Ministère de l’Environnement, du Climat et du Développement durable - Administration de la nature et des forêts LU
Stefan Konczal
Forest Manager (Head)
General Directorate of the State Forests, Nadlesnictwo Woziwoda PL
Krzysztof Stereńczak
Deputy Director for Science and Research
Instytut Badawczy Leśnictwa PL
Marko Kazimirovic
Researcher
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry RS
Vladimír Šebeň
Senior Researcher
National Forest Centre SK
Teresa Baiges Zapater
Senior Researcher
Centre de la Propietat Forestal - Departament d'Agricultura, Ramaderia, Pesca i Alimentació ES
Marieke van der Maaten-Theunissen
Professor
Technische Universität Dresden DE
Andreas Pommer
Forest Manager
Sachsenforst - Forest District Eibenstock DE
Thomas Nord-Larsen
Professor
IGN, University of Copenhagen DK
Marc Fuhr
Senior Researcher
INRAE FR
Luc-Olivier Delebeque
Forest Manager
Centre Regional Occitante / Centre National de la Propriete Forestiere FR
Lidón Martínez Navarro
Researcher
Forest Conservation and Management Service, Castilla y Leó ES
David Lasala
Expert
Agresta S. Coop ES
S.M. Waez-Mousavi
Senior Researcher
Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources IR
Kiomars Sefidi
Professor
University of Mohaghegh Ardabili IR
Begoña Abellanas
Professor
University of Cordoba ES

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Daniel Kraus
Forest Manager (Head of Department)
Bavarian State Forest Enterprise Neureichenau DE +49 (0) 170 335 7838
Andreas Schuck
Senior Researcher (Main contact TreMs DB)
European Forest Institute (EFI) DE +49 (0) 173 629 3092
http://www.efi.int
Laurent Larrieu
Senior researcher
Sergey Zudin
Senior Programmer
European Forest Institute FI
http://www.efi.int

Who filled in the metadata:

Andreas Schuck
Senior Researcher
European Forest Institute DE +49 (0) 173 6293092
http://www.efi.int
Sergey Zudin
Senior Programmer
European Forest Institute FI

Who else was associated with the resource:

Programmer
Wilfried Heintz
Data manager
INRAE UMR 1201 DYNAFOR 24 Chemin de Borde-Rouge - Auzeville CS 52627 31326 Castanet-Tolosan FR +33 561 28 55 16
https://dynafor.toulouse.inrae.fr/

Geographic Coverage

Europe: Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. The network of marteloscopes continues to grow due to an ongoing interest of institutions from Europe but also other world regions. A few plots in this database are located in Chile and Iran.

Bounding Coordinates South West [-30.751, -72.07], North East [69.36, 57.305]

Taxonomic Coverage

Included are all tree species that occurred at least once in any of the plots.

Species  Fagus sylvatica (Common beech),  Fagus orientalis (Oriental beech),  Quercus robur (Pedunculate oak),  Quercus petraea (Sessile oak),  Quercus pubescens (Downy oak),  Quercus rubra (Champion oak),  Picea abies (Norway spruce),  Pinus sylvatica (Scots pine),  Pinus nigra (Black pine),  Pinus cembra (Swiss stone pine),  Pinus mugo (Swiss mountain pine),  Abies alba (Silver fir),  Acer platanoides (Norway maple),  Acer pseudoplatanus (Sycamore maple),  Acer campestre (Field maple),  Fraxinus excelsior (Common ash),  Carpinus betulus (Hornbeam),  Tilia cordata (Small-leaved lime),  Tilia platyphylla (Large-leaved lime),  Ulmus glabra (Scots elm),  Larix decidua (European larch),  Betula pendula (Silver birch),  Betula pubescens (Downy birch),  Populus tremula (Common aspen),  Prunus avium (Wild cherry),  Prunus padus (Bird cherry),  Alnus glutinosa (Common alder),  Sorbus torminalis (Wild service tree),  Sorbus domestica (True service tree),  Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan),  Sorbus aria (Common whitebeam),  Taxus baccata (European yew),  Salix caprea (Goat willow),  Corylus avellana (Common hazel),  Pseudotsuga menziesii (Douglas fir),  Quercus cerris (Turkey oak),  Acer opalus (Italian maple),  Acer lobelii (Lobel's maple),  Ulmus minor (Field elm),  Ulmus laevis (European white elm),  Crateagus monogyna (Common hawthorn),  Prunus serotina (Black cherry),  Abies grandis (Grand fir),  Acer tataricum (Tatar maple),  Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse chestnut),  Alnus incana (Grey alder),  Castanea sativa (Sweet chestnut),  Cornus mas (Cornelian cherry),  Corylus maxima (Large filbert),  Frangula alnus (Alder buckthorn),  Fraxinus ornus (Manna ash),  Ilex aquifolium (Holly),  Juglans regia (Common walnut),  Larix kaempferi (Japanese larch),  Malus sylvestris (European crab apple),  Ostrya carpinifolia (European hop-hornbeam),  Paulownia tomentosa (Princess tree),  Picea sitchensis (Sitka spruce),  Pinus strobus (Eastern white pine),  Prunus spinosa (Blackthorn),  Quercus faginea (Portuguese oak),  Quercus frainetto (Hungarian oak),  Robinia pseudoacacia (Black locust),  Sambucus nigra (Black elder),  Tilia tomentosa (Silver lime),  Tsuga heterophylla (Western hemlock),  Ulmus canescens (Grey elm),  Acer cappadocicum (Cappadocian maple),  Acer velutinum (Persian maple),  Aextoxicon punctatum (Olivillo),  Alnus subcordata (Caucasian alder),  Amomyrtus luma (Luma),  Araucaria araucana (Monkey puzzle tree / Chilean pine),  Caldcluvia paniculata (Tiaca),  Diospyros lotus (Caucasian persimmon),  Eucryphia cordifolia (Ulmo),  Gevuina avellana (Chilean hazelnut),  Juniperus oxycedrus (Cade juniper),  Laureliopsis philippiana (Tepa),  Laurelia sempervirens (Peruvian nutmeg),  Nothofagus alpina (Raulí beech),  Nothofagus dombeyi (Dombey's beech),  Parrotia persica (Persian ironwood),  Persea lingue (n.a.),  Pinus pinaster (Maritime pine),  Podocarpus nubigena (n.a.),  Quercus castaneifolia (Chestnut-leaved oak),  Quercus ilex (Holm oak),  Tilia begonifolia (n.a.),  Weinmannia trichosperma (Tineo)

Temporal Coverage

Start Date / End Date 2014-03-01 / 2020-12-01

Project Data

Integrate+ (2013-2016) aimed at establishing permanent plots as demonstration sites (marteloscopes) in main forest types in Europe. Focus was on showing good practice examples of integrative forest management concepts. Integrate+ developed IT support tools for decision-making when it comes to linking objectives of biodiversity conservation and timber production. Such mobile training software applications allow practitioners to perform virtual tree selection exercises in the demonstration sites based on different scenarios and forest management strategies. Immediate feedback on their decisions is given in terms of ecological and economic impacts. Particular attention was given to tree related microhabitats as these structures are home to many, also endangered, species. Retaining and restoring such habitats in managed forests can be well integrated into the work portfolio of forest managers and thus be a direct contribution to biodiversity conservation in managed forests. In the follow up projects Informar (2017-2020) and FoReSite (2020-2022) the marteloscope site network has been/is being expanded continuously. In the course of these projects the'European Network Integrate' was initiated in 2016. It is an alliance of representatives of different European countries that promotes the integration of nature conservation into sustainable forest management at the policy, practice and research level. The Network stimulates the exchange of successful management practices and experiences amongst its members and hosts the marteloscope demonstration site network. The European Forest Institute accompanies the activities of the Network as facilitator and scientific advisor. (integratenetwork.org/)

Title Project 'Establishing a European network of demonstration sites for the integration of biodiversity conservation into forest management (Integrate+)', Project 'Integrated forest management learning architecture (Informar)' and 'Managing forests for resilience and biodiversity – bridging policy, practice, science and education (FoReSite)'
Funding The projects 'Integrate+', 'Informar' and 'FoReSite' were/are supported by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL).
Study Area Description Study Area: European Union countries and wider Europe; open to countries outside Europe
Design Description See sampling methods

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Andreas Schuck
Author
Daniel Kraus
Programmer
Sergey Zudin
Author
Frank Krumm

Sampling Methods

Tree location: polar coordinates Tree species: scientific name (Note: tree species was also recorded for standing dead trees as far as possible; in the case of late decay stages or stands with a wide variety of trees species this was not done. The tree species was then recorded as “0”). Diameter breast height (dbh): in [cm] at 1.3 meters height Tree height: in [m] Tree related microhabitats: 64 saproxylic and epixylic tree related microhabitat types are defined and described in detail within a hierarchical structure (published as a field guide; see: quality control for reference).

Study Extent Plots were established based on interest to participate resulting in now more than 100 plots. They are mainly located in public and community forests, but also in forests owned by the church or private owners. They were selected by the forest owners based on either site availability or representing a particular forest management type (no systematic selection). Also the number of plots differs widely between countries e.g. from one to more than 35.
Quality Control Set-up of Marteloscope and data collection: Schuck, A., Krumm, F., Kraus, D., 2015. Integrate+ Marteloscopes - Description of parameters and assessment procedures. Integrate+ Technical Paper No. 18. 16 p. Tree related microhabitat assessment field guide: Kraus, D., Bütler, R., Krumm, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Paillet, Y., Rydkvist, T., Schuck, A., and Winter, S., 2016. Catalogue of tree microhabitats – Reference field list. Integrate+ Technical Paper 13. 16 p. The catalogue of tree microhabitats is available in 17 languages: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, North Macedonian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian (http://iplus.efi.int/documentation.html)

Method step description:

  1. Plot selection: The permanent plots are selected non-systematically based on criteria, such as representative silvicultural systems for a region, accessibility or the availability of TreMs. Further plot selection was limited also by availability of forest stands which could ensure that tree removals would not take place within the next 5 to 10 years. Plot establishment: The plots are usually 1 hectare in size (100 m x 100 m) and of rectangular shape. Some of them, however, deviate in size and outline due to local site conditions, availability of resources or high tree numbers. Our standard approach is to divide the plot into 4 quadrants to facilitate orientation and the use of data subsets. All corners and centre points (incl. the centre points of each quadrant) are permanently marked. All trees with more than 7 cm diameter measured at breast height (dbh 1.30 m) are recorded and numbered. Data collection: All standing living and dead trees are recorded above a dbh of 7 cm. So is the species, spatial position, tree height and crown base height and the abundance of TreMs. Height measurements can e.g. be conducted with a digital hypsometer (VERTEX IV, Haglöf, Sweden), dbh usually with a measuring tape. Tree locations are determined e.g. by using a compass and the distance function of the Vertex digital hypsometer as a standard. In some plots the measurements were/are carried out using a specialized inventory software (Fieldmap, Czech Republic). In other plots tree coordinates were recorded using a GPS Trimble Geo7x. Note that a few trees with a dbh above 7 cm miss coordinates. They are still made available in this dataset to ensure completeness of all trees in the plots. Coordinates for those trees are labelled N/A. TreM recording in the field is based on the catalogue of tree microhabitats (see also quality control).

Collection Data

Collection Name Spatially explicit database of tree related microhabitats (TreMs), 2020.

Bibliographic Citations

  1. Kraus, D., Bütler, R., Krumm, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Paillet, Y., Rydkvist, T., Schuck, A., and Winter, S., 2016. Catalogue of tree microhabitats – Reference field list. Integrate+ Technical Paper 13. 16 p. Larrieu, L., Paillet, Y, Winter, S., Bütler, R., Kraus, D., Krumm, F, Lachat, T, Michel, A., Regnery, B., Vandekerkhove, K. 2018. Tree related microhabitats in temperate and Mediterranean European forests: A hierarchical typology for inventory standardization. Ecological Indicators 84: 194–207 Kraus, D., Schuck, A., Krumm, F., Bütler, R., Cosyns, H., Courbaud, B., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Pyttel, P., Varis, S., Wilhelm, G., Witz, M., Zenner, E. and Zudin, S., 2018. Seeing is building better understanding - the Integrate+ Marteloscopes. Integrate+ Technical Report. Marteloscopes (2018) 26:3 Krumm, F., Lachat T., Schuck, A., Bütler, R., Kraus, D., 2019. Marteloskope als Trainingstools zur Förderung und Erhaltung von Habitatbäumen im Wald. Schweizerische Z. Forstwes. 170 (2019) 2: 86-93.

Additional Metadata

The first version of the database was compiled and published in 2017 by the European Forest Institute in the course of the Integrate+ project (2013-2017; supported by the German Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture). The database contained at the time 15191 records. The second, updated version of the database was compiled and published in 2020 in the course of the FoReSite project (2020-2022; supported by the German Federal Ministry for Food and Agriculture) by the European Forest Institute in its role as secretariat for the European Integrate network (https://integratenetwork.org/). The database now contains 42078 records.

Purpose The demonstration plots to date were/are being established in the course of the projects Integrate+, Informar and FoReSite. Focus is given on showing good practice examples of integrative forest management concepts. The plots are designed following the marteloscope approach which allows to perform virtual tree selection exercises based on different scenarios and forest management strategies. Immediate feedback on decisions is given in terms of ecological and economic impacts with the help of a software that runs on hand held devises. Particular attention is given to tree related microhabitats as these structures are home to many, also endangered species. Retaining and restoring such habitats in managed forests can be well integrated into the work portfolio of forest managers and thus be a direct contribution to biodiversity conservation in managed forests. TreM recording and the development of the tree microhabitat field catalogue aims at providing individual habitat values for each tree to make harvesting impacts visible in the course of training exercises (Krumm et al, 2019). The plots and the corresponding data themselves proved also a valuable resource for different research questions. In particular, the database with the spatially explicit information on trees and TreMs can support e.g. our understanding of TreM formation and development and their spatial distribution.
Maintenance Description Updates of the database may take place at irregular intervals based on new data collected and resources available to update the data set.
Alternative Identifiers 2e102194-f384-4712-89a4-5db7a3fc409a
http://dynids.toulouse.inra.fr:8180/ipt/resource?r=trems_integrate