Data from: A hyperspectral image can predict tropical tree growth rates in single-species stands

Caughlin TT, Graves SJ, Asner GP, van Breugel M, Hall JS, Martin RE, Ashton MS, Bohlman SA

Date Published: September 8, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t6md2

 

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Title Mapped canopy boundaries of single species plots
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Description In December 2013 and July 2014, we mapped the canopy boundaries of 87 single species plots, using a handheld GPS unit (Bad Elf GPS Pro, manufactured by Bad Elf, LLC; http://bad-elf.com) and tablet displaying the aerial image. The attached kml file includes the boundaries of those plots, named according to the plot number of the PRORENA field planting trial plots. This plot number can be used to merge the tree growth data and this spatial data on plot boundaries.
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Title Tree growth data for PRORENA plots 2008-2010
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Description This file presents the growth data from the PRORENA field planting trials for the 87 plots used in the growth study. The field codes are as follows: SPEC_ID (the species code), TREE_ID (unique tree identification number), DIAM_2008 (Diameter in mm measured at 1.3 m high for all trees in 2008. For trees with multiple stems, the value represents the square root of the sum of all squared trunk stem diameters). DIAM_2010 (same as DIAM_2008, but for 2010), BLOCK (the treatment groups of plots), PLOT (a numeric identifier for each plot. Note that this is the same PLOT value in the spatial data of mapped canopy boundaries), ABSOLUTE GROWTH (the difference between diameter in mm between 2000 and 2010), STD.GROWTH (growth rate standardized within species by centering around the mean absolute growth rate for that species and dividing by two standard deviations of the absolute growth rate for that species), Species (the scientific name for each species).
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Caughlin TT, Graves SJ, Asner GP, van Breugel M, Hall JS, Martin RE, Ashton MS, Bohlman SA (2016) A hyperspectral image can predict tropical tree growth rates in single-species stands. Ecological Applications 26(8): 2369-2375. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eap.1436

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Caughlin TT, Graves SJ, Asner GP, van Breugel M, Hall JS, Martin RE, Ashton MS, Bohlman SA (2016) Data from: A hyperspectral image can predict tropical tree growth rates in single-species stands. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t6md2
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