Data from: Disturbance alters beta-diversity but not the relative importance of community assembly mechanisms

Myers JA, Chase JM, Crandall RM, Jiménez I

Date Published: June 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j2qv8

 

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Title Species Composition Data
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Description Abundances of 43 woody plant species recorded in 93 0.05-ha (10 x 50 m) unburned and burned forest plots in the Missouri Ozarks, USA (N = 46 unburned plots, N = 47 burned plots). The plots were located in two state parks: Ha Ha Tonka State Park and Lake of the Ozarks State Park. Abundance was measured as the number of individual stems greater than or equal to 2 cm at diameter breast height (1.3 m). Each row represents the abundance of a species in a plot.
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Title Plot Environmental Data
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Description Soil and topographic variables measured in 93 0.05-ha (10 x 50 m) unburned and burned forest plots in the Missouri Ozarks, USA, from May-June 2012 (N = 46 unburned plots, N = 47 burned plots). The plots were located in two state parks: Ha Ha Tonka State Park and Lake of the Ozarks State Park. Soil variables include calcium, cation exchange capacity, exchangeable acidity, magnesium, neutralizeable acidity, organic material, particle size (clay, sand, and silt), nitrogen (ammonium and nitrate), pH, phosphorus, potassium, and texture. Topographic variables include aspect, elevation, and slope. Each row represents a plot.
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Myers JA, Chase JM, Crandall RM, Jiménez I (2015) Disturbance alters beta-diversity but not the relative importance of community assembly mechanisms. Journal of Ecology 103(5): 1291-1299. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12436

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Myers JA, Chase JM, Crandall RM, Jiménez I (2015) Data from: Disturbance alters beta-diversity but not the relative importance of community assembly mechanisms. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j2qv8
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