Data from: Tropical forests structure and diversity: a comparison of methodological choices

Cléber Rodrigo Souza, Fernanda Coelho De Souza, Vinícius Andrade Maia, Natália Aguiar-Campos, Polyanne Aparecida Coelho, Camila Laís Farrapo, Alisson Borges Miranda Santos, Felipe De Carvalho Araújo, Fernanda Moreira Gianasi, Gabriela Gomes Pires Paula, Jean Daniel Morel, Nathalle Cristine Alencar Fagundes, Paulo Oswaldo Garcia, Wilder Bento Silva, Marco Aurélio Leite Fontes & Rubens Manoel Santos
1. Large-scale data compilation is increasing steadily in tropical forest research, but the lack of standardized methods for data collection limits drawing inference from large datasets and cross-biome analyses. Different inclusion methods and minimum tree diameter threshold are among these varying factors. To tackle this issue, we evaluated how different approaches for tree sampling affects our understanding of diversity and functioning in different tropical vegetation types. 2. We used a unique dataset of 44 inventory...
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