Data from: Towards a common methodology for developing logistic tree mortality models based on ring-width data

Cailleret M, Bigler C, Bugmann H, Camarero JJ, Cufar K, Davi H, Mészáros I, Minunno F, Peltoniemi M, Robert E, Suarez M, Tognetti R, Martinez-Vilalta J

Date Published: March 23, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bv6n

 

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Title Ring-width data
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Description Yearly ring-width data (mm) for every studied tree
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Title Metadata
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Description Characteristics of every studied tree: code, site, species, reference article, contact person, status, age, dbh.
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Cailleret M, Bigler C, Bugmann H, Camarero JJ, Cufar K, Davi H, Mészáros I, Minunno F, Peltoniemi M, Robert E, Suarez M, Tognetti R, Martinez-Vilalta J (2016) Towards a common methodology for developing logistic tree mortality models based on ring-width data. Ecological Applications 26(6): 1827-1841. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/15-1402.1

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Cailleret M, Bigler C, Bugmann H, Camarero JJ, Cufar K, Davi H, Mészáros I, Minunno F, Peltoniemi M, Robert E, Suarez M, Tognetti R, Martinez-Vilalta J (2016) Data from: Towards a common methodology for developing logistic tree mortality models based on ring-width data. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1bv6n
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