Data from: Demographic costs and benefits of natural regeneration during tropical forest restoration

T. Trevor Caughlin, Marinés De La Peña-Domene & Cristina Martínez-Garza
For tropical forest restoration to result in long‐term biodiversity gains, native trees must establish self‐sustaining populations in degraded sites. While many have asked how seedling recruitment varies between restoration treatments, the long‐term fate of these recruits remains unknown. We address this research gap by tracking natural recruits of 27 species during the first 7 years of a tropical forest restoration experiment that included both planted and naturally regenerating plots. We used an individual‐based model to...
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