Data from: Trade-offs in the multi-use potential of managed boreal forests

Strengbom J, Axelsson EP, Lundmark T, Nordin A

Date Published: September 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d5m8f

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Title Production potential of non-timber forest products
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Description Dry weight biomass of berry producing dwarf shrubs (V. myrtillus and V. vitis-idaea) and ground living lichens (utilized by reindeers during winter) in five treatments. Lichen data are from sites located in the counties currently utilized as winter grazing areas (site 895 and sites located north of site 895). Treatments were: Thinning (Th), No thinning (NoTh), Nitrogen fertilization (N), thinning+ nitrogen fertilization (Th+N), and Thiining + N and P fertilization (Th+N+P).
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Title Composition and richness of the ground vegetation
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Description Data presented is based on point-intercept data from field surveys of the ground vegetation. Compositional data is presented for the 10 most abundant species of the ground vegetation. Richness data, diversity indices and their corresponding evenness measures are based on all species. Besides data related to the species the file contain information on site id, latitude of the experimental sites, treatment, time (years) since last thinning operation and latitude (degrees) north of the southernmost site. Treatments were: Thinning (Th), No thinning (NoTh), Nitrogen fertilization (N), Thinning+ nitrogen fertilization (Th+N), and Thinning+N and P fertilization (Th+N+P).
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Title Standing biomass of trees and ground vegetation
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Description Data presented is standing biomass (above- and belowground) of trees (Scots Pine, Pinus sylvestris) and the ground vegetation. Tree biomass data is derived from stem diameter (at 1.3 m) and tree height using Marklund (1988) biomass functions. Aboveground biomass of ground vegetation is derived from biomass harvest of all aboveground parts of the vegetation in subplots. Belowground biomass was estimate based on published ratios (Nordin et a. 1998). Total biomass refers to the combined biomass of tree and ground vegetation. Besides data related to the species the file contain information on site id, latitude of the experimental sites, treatment, time (years) since last thinning operation and latitude (degrees) north of the southernmost site. Treatments were: Thinning (Th), No thinning (NoTh), Nitrogen fertilization (N), Thinning+ nitrogen fertilization (Th+N), and Thinning+N and P fertilization (Th+N+P).
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Title Timber production
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Description Data presented is increase in stem growth of Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) between repeated measurements of stem diameter. Production is expressed as stem volume increment (m3) per ha over the experimental period. Besides data on timber production the file contain data on site id, latitude of the experimental sites, treatment, time (years) since last thinning operation and latitude (degrees) north of the southernmost site. Treatments were: Thinning (Th), No thinning (NoTh), Nitrogen fertilization (N), Thinning+ nitrogen fertilization (Th+N), and Thinning+N and P fertilization (Th+N+P).
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Strengbom J, Axelsson EP, Lundmark T, Nordin A (2017) Trade-offs in the multi-use potential of managed boreal forests. Journal of Applied Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13019

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Strengbom J, Axelsson EP, Lundmark T, Nordin A (2017) Data from: Trade-offs in the multi-use potential of managed boreal forests. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.d5m8f
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