Data from: The influence of geomorphic processes on plant distribution and abundance as reflected in plant tolerance curves

 

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Title creep_dinf
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Description Hillslope transects obtained from the creep-dominated landscape. Obtained using the input file creep.in in the Channel Hillslope Integrated Landscape Development model (CHILD) version RI8.12 (Tucker et al. 2001), and the matlab scripts ridgeline.m, trace_down.m, and trace_up.m. See Ecological Archives for the input and matlab files.
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Title overlandflow_dinf
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Description Hillslope transects obtained from the overland flow-dominated landscape. Obtained using the input file overlandflow.in in the Channel Hillslope Integrated Landscape Development model (CHILD) version RI8.12 (Tucker et al. 2001), and the matlab scripts ridgeline.m, trace_down.m, and trace_up.m. See Ecological Archives for the input and matlab files.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Chase MN, Johnson EA, Martin YE (2012) The influence of geomorphic processes on plant distribution and abundance as reflected in plant tolerance curves. Ecological Monographs 82(4): 429-447. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-2145.1

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Chase MN, Johnson EA, Martin YE (2012) Data from: The influence of geomorphic processes on plant distribution and abundance as reflected in plant tolerance curves. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4pf4t
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