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Examine gives uncommon long-term evaluation of strategies for creating standing useless timber for wildlife habitat

Ecologists have lengthy recognized that standing useless timber, generally known as snags, are an vital habitat factor for forest dwellers and act as a driver of biodiversity. They’re so vital that in some managed forests, snag creation is a part of the conservation instrument package — i.e., crews typically convert a proportion of dwell timber into useless ones by strategies starting from sawing off their tops to wounding their trunks to injecting them with disease-causing fungi.