Data from: Limited stand expansion by a long-lived conifer at a leading northern range edge, despite available habitat

Krapek J, Buma B

Date Published: October 12, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7rd7s

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Title Full_Stand_Stem_Map_Data
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Description Tree species, location, health, plant community, and associated environmental data. These data were used to create stem maps of adult trees (> 1.39m in height) in three leading edge yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis) stands in our study area near Juneau, Alaska, USA. The three stands are the "BCBP: Bridget Cove Beaver Pond", "DM: Dan Moller Trail", and "RS: Roadside" stands shown in Figure 1. These data were also used in Figure 5 to compare the diameter distributions of yellow-cedar trees in the fully stem mapped stands to the yellow-cedar trees in plots located only at the edges of stands.
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Title Plot_Stem_Map_Data
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Description Tree and seedling species, location, health, plant community, and associated data for 29 plots spanning boundaries of leading edge yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis) stands near Juneau, Alaska. These data were used to create stem maps of adult trees (> 1.39m in height) and individuals of yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensis) regeneration (seedlings and vegetative layering). Plots were located at stand edges to monitor stand development and spread. The eight stands are the "BCBP: Bridget Cove Beaver Pond", "CL: Cedar Lake", "DM: Dan Moller Trail", "EG: East Glacier", "MCT: McMurchie Cat Trail", "RBC: Ready Bullion Creek", "RS: Roadside", and "TH: Tee Harbor Ridge" stands shown in Figure 1. These data were used in Tables 3 and 4, Figures 3, 4, and 6, Supplemental Table S1, and Supplemental Figure S1.
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Title Juneau_Yellow_Cedar_Stand_Locations
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Description These data represent the locations of eleven leading range edge yellow-cedar stands in our Study Area located near Juneau, Alaska, USA. Coordinates here are for the geographic mean center of patches of trees and lone trees (separated from each other by 30 m or more) that make up stands. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) shapefiles for stand boundaries and lone trees are also included on the data archive. A companion manuscript, Krapek, J., Hennon, P.E., D'Amore, D.V., and Buma, B. "Despite available habitat at range edge, yellow-cedar migration is punctuated with a past pulse tied to colder conditions." Diversity and Distributions, 2017 describes stand mapping methodology in detail.
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Title Juneau_YellowCedar_Stands
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Description This is a shapefile containing the location of patches of yellow-cedar trees in yellow-cedar stands in our Juneau Study Area. The geographic coordinates of patches are also listed in the "Juneau_Yellow_Cedar_Stand_Locations.csv" file in this data package and are shown in Figure 1. A companion manuscript, Krapek, J., Hennon, P.E., D'Amore, D.V., and Buma, B. "Despite available habitat at range edge, yellow-cedar migration is punctuated with a past pulse tied to colder conditions." Diversity and Distributions, 2017, describes yellow-cedar stand and patch mapping methodology in detail.
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Title Juneau_Lone_YellowCedar_Trees
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Description This is a shapefile containing the location of lone yellow-cedar trees in our Juneau Study Area. The geographic coordinates of lone yellow-cedar trees are also listed in the "Juneau_Yellow_Cedar_Stand_Locations.csv" file in this data package and are shown in Figure 1. A companion manuscript, Krapek, J., Hennon, P.E., D'Amore, D.V., and Buma, B. "Despite available habitat at range edge, yellow-cedar migration is punctuated with a past pulse tied to colder conditions." Diversity and Distributions, 2017, describes stand and lone tree mapping methodology in detail.
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Krapek J, Buma B (2017) Limited stand expansion by a long-lived conifer at a leading northern range edge, despite available habitat. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12885

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Krapek J, Buma B (2017) Data from: Limited stand expansion by a long-lived conifer at a leading northern range edge, despite available habitat. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7rd7s
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