Data from: Trade-offs between growth rate, tree size and lifespan of mountain pine (Pinus montana) in the Swiss National Park

Bigler C

Date Published: May 27, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d2680

 

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Description This file contains 5 columns (variables) x 23956 rows (excluding the first row, which contains the header with the variable names). The data were used to plot the development of DBH (diameter at breast height) inside bark with tree age classified by early growth and colored by lifespan (Figure 1 in Bigler 2016).
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Description This file contains 13 columns (variables) x 160 rows (excluding the first row, which contains the header with the variable names). The data were used to create: (1) a boxplot with DBH (diameter at breast height) inside bark versus categories of early growth (Fig. 2a in Bigler 2016); (2) a boxplot with lifespan versus categories of early growth (Fig. 2b in Bigler 2016); (3) pairwise scatter plots between lifespan, early growth, DBH inside bark and topographical variables (S1 Fig. in Bigler 2016); and (4) a scatter plot between early growth and lifespan (S3 Fig. in Bigler 2016). The data were further used to estimate linear mixed-effects models for predicting lifespan of mountain pines (Tables 1 and 2 in Bigler 2016).
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Description This file contains 5 columns (variables) x 24546 rows (excluding the first row, which contains the header with the variable names). The data were used to plot establishment and mortality dates classified by early growth and colored by lifespan (Figure 3 in Bigler 2016) and to plot plot-specific variability of early growth (S2 Fig.). The year of establishment was estimated as the formation year of the first tree ring (corrected for missed rings between pith and first tree ring on the core). The year of mortality was estimated by the formation year of the last tree ring on the core. Due to the occurrence of partial cambial mortality, the year of mortality was only approximated (see Bigler & Rigling 2013).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Bigler C (2016) Trade-Offs between Growth Rate, Tree Size and Lifespan of Mountain Pine (Pinus montana) in the Swiss National Park. PLOS ONE 11(3): e0150402. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0150402

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Bigler C (2016) Data from: Trade-offs between growth rate, tree size and lifespan of mountain pine (Pinus montana) in the Swiss National Park. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d2680
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