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Traits related to persistence and regeneration after fire are compiled for vascular plants in a Meditterranean environment. Dataset Location: Ecological Archives Site Location: Mediterranean Basin (Algeria, Cyprus, France, Greexe, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Palestine, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey) Methods: Data (quantitative, semi-quantitative, & qualitative) was collected from published articles from both...MORE
This data set decribes wood density for trees throughout the globe, including >16000 entries of >8000 taxa from 205 references. Dataset Location: Dryad Sites Georefferenced: No Data Collected: species, wood density, region Citation: Zanne AE, Lopez-Gonzalez G, Coomes DA, Ilic J, Jansen S, Lewis SL, Miller RB, Swenson NG, Wiemann...MORE
This data set compiles information regarding the biomass of leaf, stem, and root biomass for plants. Dataset Location: Sites Georeferenced: No Methods: Data was compiled from the primary literature, along with a significant portion of data from Cannell (1982). Data Collected: species; age; height; leaf, root, shoot, stem &...MORE
This data describes plant traits from throughout the globe and includes 1,000 traits for more than 64,000 plant species. Database Location: Sites Georeferenced: Yes (for many of the entries) Methods: Data is collected from previous studies and as a continued effort from the organizers. Data Collected: species, location, traits...MORE
This web site hosts a metadatabase for worldwide vegetation data. Database Location: Sites Georefferenced: Yes Comments: Registration is available for further access to the website [ HERE ]. Citation: Dengler, J., Jansen, F., Glöckler, F., Peet, R. K., De Cáceres, M., Chytrý, M., Ewald, J., Oldeland, J., Finckh, M.,...MORE
This website and database hosts records of fossil pollen, charcoal, and mammal assemblages, as well as plant macrofossils, largely from North America, but also globally, throughout the Pleiocene-Quaternary (and Anthropocene). Also included are chronological controls that allow the use of the records through time from the last 5 million years...MORE
Global plant species richness data from Ellis, E. C., E. C. Antill, and H. Kreft. 2012. All is not loss: plant biodiversity in the Anthropocene. PLoS ONE 7:e30535. Online Appendices (in one .zip file) *Detailed methods *Global statistics (Excel file) *Supplementary Maps Maps in Shapefile format (in one .zip file)...MORE