Documentation

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

1) FAQ's 'I+ Trainer' (PDF)

 

I+ Software User Manuals

2) 'I+ Trainer' User Manual (PDF)

3) 'I+ Manager' User Manual (PDF)

 

Marteloscopes

4) Marteloscope contact list (PDF)

5) Tree Microhabitat Catalogue

 The catalogue offers an accessible typology for identifying small and valuable structures for biodiversity. It was developed by a experts and serves as a field guide. The vast array of existing tree microhabitats (TreMs) is subdivided into a few concise categories of saproxylic (cavities, injuries and wounds, bark, deadwood) and epixylic (deformations, epiphytes, nests) structures that can serve as shelter or home for different flora and fauna. TreMs are input for elaborating a habitat value for each tree in a Marteloscope. This information can be retrieved in the course of field exercises using the I+ software. It is available in the following languages:

TreMs_Catalogue_en

Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, North Macedonian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian

6) The tree microhabitat catalogue App

The phone App was developed as a mobile field support for identifying biodiversity relevant tree microhabitat structures. Its content mirrors the tree microhabitat catalogue and is currently available in the following languages: Czech, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese. The App is freely available and runs on Android and Apple devices.

Google Play Store (Link)

App Store (Link)

 

7) Marteloscope Data Entry Sheet: template for submitting Marteloscope dataset to 'I+ Data Repository' (XLS)

8) Marteloscope exercises – 'guidance for trainers' (PDF)

9) Marteloscopes - 'description of parameters and assessment procedures' (PDF)

10) Activity fact sheets of events around Marteloscopes - April 2017 to April 2020 (PDF)

 

Relevant publications

Kraus, D., Schuck, A., Krumm, F., Bütler, R., Cosyns, H., Courbaud, B., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Pyttel, P., Varis, S., Wilhelm, G., Witz, M., Zenner, E. and Zudin, S., 2018. Seeing is building better understanding - the Integrate+ Marteloscopes Integrate+ Technical Report. Marteloscopes (2018) 26:3.

Kraus D., Schuck A., Bebi P., Blaschke M., Bütler R., Flade M., Heintz W., Krumm F., Lachat T., Larrieu L., Lehnerova L., Levin M., Mergner U., Pach M., Paillet Y., Pyttel P., Rydkvist T., Santopuoli G., Sever K., Sturm K., Vandekerkhove K., Winter S., Witz, M. (2017). Spatially explicit database of tree related microhabitats (TreMs). Version 1.2. Integrate+ project. Version 1.6. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA). Occurrence Dataset https://doi.org/10.15468/ocof3v accessed via GBIF.org on 2017-07-31.

Kraus, D., Bütler, R., Krumm, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Paillet, Y., Rydkvist, T., Schuck, A., and Winter, S., 2016. Smart phone application: Catalogue of tree microhabitats - field reference list. App contents derived from: Catalogue of tree microhabitats - field reference list. Integrate+ Technical Paper No. 13. 16 p. European Forest Institute (2016). App: Lisa Apfelbacher (illustrations), Sebastian Walker and Andreas Schuck (design), walkermedia systems (development).

Kraus, D., Bütler, R., Krumm, F., Lachat, T., Larrieu, L., Mergner, U., Paillet, Y., Rydkvist, T., Schuck, A., and Winter, S., 2016. Catalogue of tree microhabitats – Reference field list. Integrate+ Technical Paper 13. 16 p.

Krumm, F., Lachat T., Schuck, A.,  Bütler, R., Kraus, D., 2019. Marteloskope als Trainingstools zur Förderung und Erhaltung von Habitatbäumen im Wald. Schweizerische Z. Forstwes. 170 (2019) 2: 86-93.

Schuck, A., Krumm, F., Kraus, D., 2015. Integrate+ Marteloscopes - Description of parameters and assessment procedures. Integrate+ Technical Paper No. 18. 16 p.