Mixed-species plantations as a multi-functionality-tool for landscape restoration

Veridiano, Rizza Karen A. GND; Schröder, Jobst-Michael GND; Come, Renezita; Baldos, Angelica; Günter, Sven GND

“Rainforestation” approach as a form of mixed-species plantationis being practiced in the Philippines and can restore multiple forest ecosystem services to address forest landscape restoration. •Growth from the mixed-species plantations is comparable with the remaining natural forestsand can contribute to less pressure on remaining natural forests.•Species diversity is by farhigher than in monocultures and partly comparable with natural forests, making “rainforestation”a suitable tool for landscape connectivity and buffer zone management.

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Veridiano, Rizza / Schröder, Jobst-Michael / Come, Renezita / et al: Mixed-species plantations as a multi-functionality-tool for landscape restoration. Hamburg 2020. Thünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics.

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