Author Results: P. NummiBack
Restoring wetland biodiversity using research: Whole-community facilitation by beaver as framework
Wetlands are declining worldwide, and there is a great need for their restoration and creation. One natural agent of wetland engineering is beavers. The study was conducted in Finland to address facilitation of waterbird communities by between beaver activity. The article also evaluates how the results of the study have been used in management.
Beaver-induced spatiotemporal patch dynamics affect landscape-level environmental heterogeneity
Study of flood dynamics created by American beaver (C. canadensis K.) in a southern boreal landscape in Finland in
Ecosystem services provided by beavers Castor spp.
We aimed to recognise beaver-produced ecosystem services and quantify their theoretical value for the entire Northern Hemisphere.
The Beaver Facilitates Species Richness and Abundance of Terrestrial and Semi-Aquatic Mammals
Research article that used camera trapping and snow track surveying to investigate the facilitation of a mammalian community by the ecosystem engineering of the American beaver in a boreal setting.
Spatiotemporal dynamics of boreal landscapes with ecosystem engineers: beavers influence the biogeochemistry of small lakes
A Finnish study of beaver wetland effects on dissolved carbon and oxygen.