Data for: Interactive Effects of Fuels Reduction and Large Herbivores on Shrub Assemblages in Dry Forests of the Interior West, USA

Published: 5 Mar 2020 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4ftzxcx46d.1

Description of this data

CSV file containing data used in our analysis including the following six tables:

  1. Primary Matrix: includes the plot (rows) x species (columns) matrix used for our NMS analysis.
  2. Secondary Matrix: includes our plot (rows) x site factors (columns) used in our joint-plots. MAP= mean annual precipitation, MAT=mean annual temperature.
  3. NMS Scores: worksheet includes the output from our NMS analysis for plots (rows) and the three axis (columns).
  4. Species Abundance Data: measured abundance by species by plot. Columns include: plot, species (using USDA Plants Database codes), Presence (1=yes; 0=no), Treated (Yes/No), Herbivory (Yes/No) and Group (treatment combinations).
  5. Species Height Data: Height (measured and log transformed) by species by plot.Species names use USDA Plants Database codes.
  6. Plot Summaries: plot richness, diversity, and total shrub abundance (sum of all species frequencies) by treatment.

Experiment data files

This data is associated with the following publication:

Interactive effects of fuels reduction and large herbivores on shrub assemblages in dry conifer forests of the interior west, USA

Published in: Forest Ecology and Management

Latest version

  • Version 1

    2020-03-05

    Published: 2020-03-05

    DOI: 10.17632/4ftzxcx46d.1

    Cite this dataset

    Endress, Bryan; Averett, Joshua; Hall Defrees, Dallas; Wisdom, Michael (2020), “Data for: Interactive Effects of Fuels Reduction and Large Herbivores on Shrub Assemblages in Dry Forests of the Interior West, USA”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/4ftzxcx46d.1

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Community Ecology, Herbivory Pattern, Forest Management, Plant Ecology, Coniferous Forest

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