In their response to our recent article (Putz et al. 2012), Kormos and Zimmerman (K&Z) do not take issue with the result of our meta-analysis of more than 100 published studies that biodiversity and carbon stocks are mostly retained in selectively logged tropical forests
Authors: Putz, F. E.; Zuidema, P.A.; Synnott, T.; Peña-Claros, M.; Pinard, M. A.; Sheil, D.
Subjects: biodiversity, climate change, conservation, certification, reduced impact logging
Publication type: Article
Source: Conservation Letters 7: 145-146