Data from: Shade tolerance and the functional trait - demography relationship in temperate and boreal forests

Ameztegui A, Paquette A, Shipley B, Heym M, Messier C, Gravel D

Date Published: November 23, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.12b0h

 

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Title Demography_LifeHistories
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Description Life histories values for each species and site, as obtained from the parameterization carried out in studies that used the model SORTIE. The data include growth at full light (Growth-L), defined as the time (in years) needed for a sapling with DBH= 1cm to become an adult (DBH=7.5 cm) when light = 100%; growth in shade (Growth-D), as the time (in years) needed for a sapling with DBH= 1cm to become an adult (DBH=7.5 cm) when light = 1%; and survival in shade (Surv-D), defined as the 5-year survivorship of a sapling with DBH = 1cm when light = 1%. The data source of each value can be found in Appendix S2 in the manuscript.
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Title Functional_Traits
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Description Functional trait values for each of the 48 study species, including 23 evergreen and 25 deciduous. Traits include Leaf mass area (LMA), photosynthetic capacity per unit leaf mass (Amass), Leaf N content per unit mass (Nmass), Leaf P content per unit mass (Pmass), Leaf lifespan (LL), Leaf length (Llength), seed mass (SeM), wood density (WD) ad maximum tree height (MaxH).
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Ameztegui A, Paquette A, Shipley B, Heym M, Messier C, Gravel D (2016) Shade tolerance and the functional trait: demography relationship in temperate and boreal forests. Functional Ecology 31(4): 821-830. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12804

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Ameztegui A, Paquette A, Shipley B, Heym M, Messier C, Gravel D (2016) Data from: Shade tolerance and the functional trait - demography relationship in temperate and boreal forests. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.12b0h
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