Data for: Responses of boreal ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) to different logging regimes during ten years of secondary succession
Contributors: Matti Koivula, Jari Niemela, Pia Hakola, Stephen Venn
... Ground beetles (Coleoptera, Carabidae) collected in Finnish Norway spruce forests in South-Central Finland during 1995-2006, to assess ecological effects of clear-cutting, gap cutting, modified clear-cutting (small retention tree groups in cleared area) and unharvested control. Replicated experimental design.
Data for: Effects of removing floodplain forest on the diet of a frugivorous fish species after dams closure in Amazon
Contributors: Tais Melo, Cristhiana Paula Röpke, Gislene Torrente-Vilara
... Dataset for Effects of removing floodplain forest on the diet of a frugivorous fish species after dams closure in Amazon
Contributors: Alessandro Vitali, Elvin Toromani, Carlo Urbinati, Matteo Garbarino, Francesco Malandra, J. Julio Camarero, Milić Čurović, Velibor Spalevic
... 964 young pines (Pinus heldreichii, Pinus peuce, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus uncinata) sampled as points at nine Mediterranean anthropogenic treelines
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Data for: Evidence for population differentiation among Jeffrey and Ponderosa pines in survival, growth and phenology
Contributors: Jill Hamilton, Jessica Wright, Johanna Schmitt, Aurore Bontemps, Alejandra Martinez-Berdeja
... Phenotypic data from two pine species (Ponderosa pine and Jeffry pine) planted at three locations spanning an elevational transect in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. Phenotypic data include survival, growth, and phenological measurements
Data for: Frequency of Heterobasidion annosum s.l. airborne stump infections and benefits from operational stump treatment with urea vary depending on tree species and season in pure and mixed forests of the western Alps
Contributors: Paolo Gonthier
... Number of stumps infected and uninfected by Heterobasidion annosum s.l. following the stump treatment experiments conducted in 29 forest stands of the western Italian Alps
Supporting Information for: Estimating net biomass production and loss from repeated measurements of trees in forests and woodlands: formulae, biases and recommendations
Contributors: Takashi KOHYAMA, Douglas Sheil, Tetsuo Kohyama
... Supporting Information. R code for urnover rate calculation We provide these available on web: R code “prod.r” for calculating simple (Eqs (5)–(6)), instantaneous (Eqs (1)–(2)), and species-structured instantaneous turnover rates (Eqs (18)–(19)), with sample data “greenTunnel.txt” for 1996 and 2015 censuses of 4-ha plot in Tomakomai primary mixed forest.
Data for: Species mixture increases production partitioning to belowground in a natural boreal forest
Contributors: Han Chen, Praveen Kumar, Zilong Ma, Bilei Gao
... This dataset is the raw data containing information such as PlotID, Tree ID, DBH and Height of each tree, soil nutrient, production of understorey vegetation, fine roots and litterfall of all 27 plots included in our analysis.
Data for: Recruitment into the seedling bank of an undisturbed Mediterranean pinewood: increasing forest resistance to changing climates
Contributors: Pedro Antonio Tíscar
... Excel file with research data
Data for: Not just about the trees: Key role of mosaic-meadows in restoration of ponderosa pine ecosystems
Contributors: Megan Matonis, Daniel Binkley
... This dataset includes understory plant cover by species in 1-m^2 quadrats, depth of organic horizon, canopy cover, and distance of plots from overstory trees for 330 quadrats across six ponderosa pine stands in Colorado. Five of our research sites were thinned between 2010 and 2013, and the sixth site, located on the Manitou Experimental Forest in the central Front Range, had not been treated since a heavy selective harvest of large-diameter ponderosa pine between 1880 and 1886. We measured understory conditions along 8 to 12 transects per stand in mosaic-meadows that were created or expanded by recent tree removal. We sampled mosaic-meadows at the Manitou Experimental Forest that contained stumps from selective harvesting in the 1880s. We sampled understory vegetation and abiotic conditions in 1-m^2 quadrats at 5-m increments along each transect, with 5-7 quadrats per transect. We made slight adjustments to the location of quadrats (+/- 2 m) to avoid highly disturbed skid trails or areas with >33% cover of rocks or heavy slash. Cover of understory vegetation was estimated by species unless vegetative characteristics were insufficient for species-level identification. We followed the PLANTS database (USDA NRCS 2015) for nomenclature. We measured depth of the O horizon at nine evenly spaced locations within each quadrat, and we estimated canopy cover above each quadrat using a spherical densitometer in the four cardinal directions. Time constraints prohibited us from sampling O-horizon depth and canopy cover at UncMesas. We measured the distance from each quadrat to the bole of the nearest overstory tree (dbh ≥10 cm). We focused on distance from overstory trees rather than a neighborhood index (e.g., Hegyi index) because distance is easier to interpret and translate into management implications than derived variables that combine distance and diameter.
Data for: Dynamics of detrital carbon pools following harvesting of a humid eastern Canadian balsam fir boreal forest
Contributors: Évelyne Thiffault, yves bergeron, Alexis Achim, Fanny Senez-Gagnon, David Paré
... Carbon stocks (expressed in tonnes of C per hectare) both above- and below-ground, in balsam fir-white birch stands of various ages originating from clearcut harvest, located in Forêt Montmorency, Quebec (Canada). Field protocol can be downloaded at: https://scf.rncan.gc.ca/publications?id=32317&lang=fr_CA