Data from: Woody cover in wet and dry African savannas after six decades of experimental fires

Devine AP, Stott I, McDonald RA, Maclean IMD

Date Published: December 30, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vm766

 

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Title Woody vegetation cover at Experimental Burn Plots at Kruger National Park 2012
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Description Data was collected on the Pretoriuskop and Skukuza Experimental Burn Plots at Kruger National Park, South Africa in March-June 2012. Specific details of the headings are as follows: "Treatment" = fire frequency (0.3- triennial burning, 0.5 – biennial burning 1 – annual burning and 0 -control/fire exclusion). "Region" = savanna type (Pretoriuskop - wet savanna Skukuza - dry savanna). Dataset includes tree abundance, percentage of multi and single stemmed trees and woody cover calculated as a proportion of tree basal area density cm2. Please note the heading “Plot” refers to unique field id created by the author and not KNP’s plot codes.
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Devine AP, Stott I, McDonald RA, Maclean IMD (2015) Woody cover in wet and dry African savannas after six decades of experimental fires. Journal of Ecology 103(2): 473-478. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12367

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Devine AP, Stott I, McDonald RA, Maclean IMD (2014) Data from: Woody cover in wet and dry African savannas after six decades of experimental fires. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vm766
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