Data from: Bushmeat hunting changes regeneration of African rainforests

 

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Title MammalData
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Description Data on number of groups of mammals observed per transect. Numbers are given for each of four guilds (Large primates, Medium primates, Rodents, and Browsers). Six study sites are included: Forests A, B, and C are each divided into one hunted and one protected site. In each site four transects were surveyed.
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Title TreeData
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Description Data on numbers of mature trees per transect section. Trees are divied into three dispersal modes (dispersed by primates, other animals, or by abiotic means). Each forest (A,B,C) has two study sites (one hunted, one protected), and each site has four 1 km transects divided into 200 m sections.
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Title SeedlingsIntactData
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Description Data on numbers of seedlings per 5x5 m plot. These data are from intact plots, with unmanipulated densities. Seedling species are divied into three dispersal modes (dispersed by primates, other animals, or by abiotic means). Each forest (A,B,C) has two study sites (one hunted, one protected), and each site has four 1 km transects along which two plots (A and B) are randomly placed.
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Title SeedlingsClearedData
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Description Data on number of seedlings per 5x5 m plots, one year after the plot was cleared of all vegetation. Seedling species are divied into three dispersal modes (dispersed by primates, other animals, or by abiotic means). Each forest (A,B,C) has two study sites (one hunted, one protected), and each site has four 1 km transects along which one plot is randomly placed.
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Effiom EO, Nuñez-Iturri G, Smith HG, Ottosson U, Olsson O (2013) Bushmeat hunting changes regeneration of African rainforests. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280(1759): 20130246. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.0246

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Effiom EO, Nuñez-Iturri G, Smith HG, Ottosson U, Olsson O (2013) Data from: Bushmeat hunting changes regeneration of African rainforests. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g3n23
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