Data from: Conservative species drive biomass productivity in tropical dry forests

Prado Junior JA, Schiavini I, Vale VS, Arantes CS, van der Sande MT, Lohbeck M, Poorter L

Date Published: January 28, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4gv37

 

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Description Data of above-ground biomass dynamics over a five-year period in eight seasonal tropical dry forests in Minas Gerais state, Southeastern Brazil. In each forest, 25 permanent sample plots (20 × 20 m) were established totaling one ha per site. Biomass dynamics, structural, floristic, functional and soil variables used in the biomass models are given. AGBi = stand biomass, AGBnet = net biomass change, AGBsurv = biomass growth of surviving trees, AGBmort = biomass mortality, AGBrecr = biomass recruitment, NI = tree-density (ha-1), CWM = community weighed mean, WD = wood density, Dmax = maximum stem diameter, SLA = specific leaf area, Dec = deciduousness, S = rarefied species richness, H’ = Shannon-Wiener index, J’ = Pielou’s index, Fric = functional richness, Feve = functional evenness, Fdiv = functional divergence, P = phosphorous, K = potassium, Ca = calcium, Mg = magnesium, Al = aluminum, CEC = cation exchange capacity.
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Prado Junior JA, Schiavini I, Vale VS, Arantes CS, van der Sande MT, Lohbeck M, Poorter L (2016) Conservative species drive biomass productivity in tropical dry forests. Journal of Ecology 104(3): 817–827. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12543

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Prado Junior JA, Schiavini I, Vale VS, Arantes CS, van der Sande MT, Lohbeck M, Poorter L (2016) Data from: Conservative species drive biomass productivity in tropical dry forests. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4gv37
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