Data from: Mediterranean and temperate treelines are controlled by different environmental drivers

Piper FI, Viñegla B, Linares JC, Camarero JJ, Cavieres LA, Fajardo A

Date Published: February 12, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ks97h

 

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Title Growth and carbohydrates in temperate and Mediterranean treelines
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Description The file contains two sheets: 1. NSC shows total soluble carbohydrate, starch, and non structural carbohydrates concentrations per mass unit (col I, J, K, respectively) and per volume unit (N, O, P, respectively) in three tissues (col D, new developing twings, stem sapwood, and branches) in early summer and early autumn (col E, spring and autumn, respectively) 6-8 adult trees of different species (lenga: Nothofagus pumilio, frangel: Kageneckia angustifolia, uncinata: Pinus uncinata, sylvestris: Pinus sylvestris) at three elevations (treeline, intermediate named as "inter", and closed or montane forest named as "low") of altitudinal gradients sampled in four locations of Chile (termas: Termas de Chillán, antillanca: Antillanca area within Puyehue National Park, castillo: Cerro Castillo Natural Reserve, in Patagonia, and farellones: Farellones in Central Chile) and Spain (pyrenees: Sierra de Cutas area in Spanish Central Pyrenees, and sierra: Sierra Nevada). First col indicates the climate for each location. 2. BAI refers to mean annual basal area increment of the last 10 years in 6-8 adult trees of different species (lenga: Nothofagus pumilio, frangel: Kageneckia angustifolia, uncinata: Pinus uncinata, sylvestris: Pinus sylvestris) at three elevations (treeline, intermediate named as "inter", and closed or montane forest named as "low") of altitudinal gradients sampled in four locations of Chile (termas: Termas de Chillán, antillanca: Antillanca area within Puyehue National Park, castillo: Cerro Castillo Natural Reserve, in Patagonia, and farellones: Farellones in Central Chile) and Spain (pyrenees: Sierra de Cutas area in Spanish Central Pyrenees, and sierra: Sierra Nevada). First col indicates the climate for each location.
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Piper FI, Viñegla B, Linares JC, Camarero JJ, Cavieres LA, Fajardo A (2016) Mediterranean and temperate treelines are controlled by different environmental drivers. Journal of Ecology 104(3): 691–702. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12555

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Piper FI, Viñegla B, Linares JC, Camarero JJ, Cavieres LA, Fajardo A (2016) Data from: Mediterranean and temperate treelines are controlled by different environmental drivers. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.ks97h
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