His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Taiga, Biodiversity, Forest management and Threatened species. His work investigates the relationship between Ecology and topics such as Agroforestry that intersect with problems in Rare species. The subject of his Taiga research is within the realm of Forestry.
Jari Kouki has researched Biodiversity in several fields, including Conservation biology, Forest restoration and Ecology. His Forest restoration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intact forest landscape and Environmental resource management. His study looks at the relationship between Threatened species and fields such as Global biodiversity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Ecology, Taiga, Biodiversity, Species richness and Forestry. Habitat, Forest management, Threatened species, Old-growth forest and Ecological succession are the core of his Ecology study. His Taiga research includes themes of Agroforestry, Boreal, Logging, Ecosystem and Prescribed burn.
His work deals with themes such as Forest restoration, Ecosystem services, Taxon, Environmental resource management and Intact forest landscape, which intersect with Biodiversity. His Species richness research includes elements of Abundance, Bryophyte, Indicator species and Species diversity. His research investigates the connection with Forestry and areas like Scots pine which intersect with concerns in Canopy.
Jari Kouki mainly focuses on Ecology, Taiga, Biodiversity, Prescribed burn and Species richness. Ecology is represented through his Picoides tridactylus, Old-growth forest, Habitat, Ecological succession and Woodpecker research. Taiga is the subject of his research, which falls under Forestry.
His Biodiversity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Temperate climate and Species diversity. His Prescribed burn research integrates issues from Forest management, Logging and Slash. Jari Kouki combines subjects such as Biomass, Agroforestry, Decomposer and Disturbance with his study of Species richness.
His main research concerns Species richness, Ecology, Biodiversity, Prescribed burn and Taiga. His Species richness research incorporates elements of Ecological succession and Species diversity. His studies in Ecological succession integrate themes in fields like Old-growth forest, Spatial heterogeneity and Disturbance.
His work on Habitat, Forest ecology and Keystone species as part of general Ecology study is frequently linked to Feature and Persistence, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study focuses on the intersection of Prescribed burn and fields such as Agroforestry with connections in the field of Boreal and Restoration ecology. The various areas that Jari Kouki examines in his Taiga study include Taxon, Abundance, Lichen and Deciduous.
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Retention Forestry to Maintain Multifunctional Forests: A World Perspective
Lena Gustafsson;Susan C. Baker;Jurgen Bauhus;William J. Beese.
A major shift to the retention approach for forestry can help resolve some global forest sustainability issues
David Lindenmayer;J F Franklin;A. Lohmus;Simon Baker.
Conservation Letters (2012)
Forest Fragmentation in Fennoscandia: Linking Habitat Requirements of Wood-associated Threatened Species to Landscape and Habitat Changes
Jari Kouki;Satu Löfman;Petri Martikainen;Seppo Rouvinen.
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (2001)
Can retention forestry help conserve biodiversity? A meta-analysis
Katja Fedrowitz;Julia Koricheva;Susan C. Baker;David B. Lindenmayer.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2014)
Saproxylic beetles in managed and seminatural Scots pine forests: quality of dead wood matters
Maarit Similä;Jari Kouki;Petri Martikainen.
Forest Ecology and Management (2003)
Tree retention as a conservation measure in clear-cut forests of northern Europe: a review of ecological consequences
Lena Gustafsson;Jari Kouki;Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson.
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (2010)
Red-listed boreal forest species of Finland : associations with forest structure, tree species, and decaying wood
Olli-Pekka Tikkanen;Petri Martikainen;Esko Hyvärinen;Kaisa Junninen.
Annales Zoologici Fennici (2006)
Challenges of ecological restoration: Lessons from forests in northern Europe
Panu Halme;Panu Halme;Katherine A. Allen;Ainārs Auniņš;Richard H.W. Bradshaw.
Biological Conservation (2013)
Assemblages of wood‐inhabiting fungi along the gradients of succession and naturalness in boreal pine‐dominated forests in Fennoscandia
Kaisa Junninen;Maarit Similä;Jari Kouki;Heikki Kotiranta.
Long-term persistence of aspen – a key host for many threatened species – is endangered in old-growth conservation areas in Finland
Jari Kouki;Kerstin Arnold;Petri Martikainen.
Journal for Nature Conservation (2004)
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