Data from: Quantifying floristic and structural forest maturity: an attribute-based method for wet eucalypt forests

Laura G. Van Galen, Greg J. Jordan, Robert A. Musk, Nicholas J. Beeton, Timothy J. Wardlaw, Susan C. Baker & Gregory J. Jordan
1. Maintaining developmental heterogeneity of ecological communities within landscapes is crucial for sustainable native forest management. Consequently, methods to assess forest maturity (i.e. the degree to which the forest contains attributes and supports processes characteristic of late-successional forests) are valuable for making management decisions. However, no consistent, pragmatic method to quantify maturity that incorporates multiple ecosystem elements is available for many forest systems, including Australian wet eucalypt forests. 2. We draw upon forest community dynamics...
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