Next generation tropical forests: recruitment of species and functional diversity underneath reforestation types in a human dominated landscape

Wills, Jarrah, Maranguit Moreno, Maria Opelia and Avela, Mayet S. (2016): Next generation tropical forests: recruitment of species and functional diversity underneath reforestation types in a human dominated landscape. The University of Queensland. Dataset. doi:10.14264/uql.2016.234

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Project name ACIAR Project ASEM/2010/050
Project description
Improving watershed rehabilitation outcomes in the Philippines using a systems approach
Contact name Jarrah Wills
Contact email jarrah.wills@uq.net.au
Creator name Wills, Jarrah
Maranguit Moreno, Maria Opelia
Avela, Mayet S.
Creator(s) role Investigator
Investigator
Investigator
Dataset name Next generation tropical forests: recruitment of species and functional diversity underneath reforestation types in a human dominated landscape
Dataset description
Seedling recruitment data beneath different reforestation types within Leyte, Philippines.
Access conditions Open Access
Licencing and terms of access Creative Commons Attribution (only)

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ANZSRC Field of Research (FoR) Code 270000 Biological Sciences
270700 Ecology and Evolution
270400 Botany
DOI 10.14264/uql.2016.234
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Next generation tropical forests: recruitment of species and functional diversity underneath reforestation types in a human dominated landscape , Jounrnal of Applied Ecology
Language eng
Keyword Tropical Forests
Tropical forest restoration
Tropical forest tree species
Ecology
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ANZSRC Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) Code 270400 Botany
270700 Ecology and Evolution
270000 Biological Sciences
Collection type Dataset
Publisher The University of Queensland
Publication Year 2016
Copyright notice 2016, The University of Queensland

Document type: Data Collection
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