Data from: Resilience and regime change in a southern Rocky Mountain ecosystem during the past 17000 years

Thomas A. Minckley, Robert K. Shriver, Bryan N. Shuman & B Shuman
Paleoecological records indicate that subalpine forests in western North America have been resilient in response to multiple influences, including severe droughts, insect outbreaks, and widely varying fire regimes, over many millennia. One hypothesis for explaining this ecosystem resilience centers on the disruption of forest dynamics by frequent disturbance and climatic variability, and the resulting development of non- steady-state regimes dominated by early-succession conifers with broad climatic tolerances, such as lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia...
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