Data from: Carbon recovery dynamics following disturbance by selective logging in Amazonian forests

Piponiot C, Sist P, Mazzei L, Peña-Claros M, Putz FE, Rutishauser E, Shenkin A, Ascarrunz N, de Azevedo CP, Baraloto C, França M, Guedes M, Honorio Coronado EN, d'Oliveira MVN, Ruschel AR, da Silva KE, Doff Sotta E, de Souza CR, Vidal E, West TAP, Hérault B

Date Published: December 28, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rc279

 

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Description We report the aboveground carbon stocks (ACS) before (initial ACS acs_i) and after (minimum ACS acsmin) the logging disturbance, for every plot used in this study, in TmFO Amazonian sites (www.tmfo.org).
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Title Cumulative carbon changes in TmFO plots
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Description We here report data from all TmFO Amazonian plots (www.tmfo.org) that have been included in this study. Sites and plots names are given as they are in each site's database. For each plot, t is the time (in years) since the minimum Aboveground Carbon Stock (ACS) was reached during the 5 years following the logging event. Cumulative ACS changes (in MgC/ha) are the total ACS gain (if positive) or loss (if negative) between 0 and t. They are subdivided into 5 changes: (i) cSg is the carbon that was gained from remnant trees (or survivors)' growth; (ii) cSl is the carbon loss from survivors' mortality; (iii) cRr is the sum of carbon gain from yearly recruits; (iv) cRg is the carbon gain from recruits' subsequent growth; (v) cRl is the carbon loss from recruits' mortality.
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Title Sites description
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Description This file describes the main characteristics of TmFO sites used in this study. Information included: (i) sites' coordinates (longitude, latitude), (ii) climatic variables extracted from Worldclim (www.worldclim.org): mean precipitation (mm/yr) and seasonality of precipitation (%); (iii) top soil bulk density (g/cm3) extracted from the Harmonized World Soil Database; (iv) sampling effort : number of plots and plot size (ha); (v) experiment duration : year of first and last census used in this study; (vi) range of species richness (number of species per ha for trees > 20 cm DBH); (vii) percentage of trees (> 20 cm DBH) identified to the species level (det_species) and to the genus level (det_genus).
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Piponiot C, Sist P, Mazzei L, Peña-Claros M, Putz FE, Rutishauser E, Shenkin A, Ascarrunz N, de Azevedo CP, Baraloto C, França M, Guedes M, Honorio Coronado EN, d'Oliveira MV, Ruschel AR, da Silva KE, Doff Sotta E, de Souza CR, Vidal E, West TA, Hérault B (2016) Carbon recovery dynamics following disturbance by selective logging in Amazonian forests. eLife 5: e21394. http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/elife.21394

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Piponiot C, Sist P, Mazzei L, Peña-Claros M, Putz FE, Rutishauser E, Shenkin A, Ascarrunz N, de Azevedo CP, Baraloto C, França M, Guedes M, Honorio Coronado EN, d'Oliveira MVN, Ruschel AR, da Silva KE, Doff Sotta E, de Souza CR, Vidal E, West TAP, Hérault B (2016) Data from: Carbon recovery dynamics following disturbance by selective logging in Amazonian forests. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rc279
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