Data from: Climatic change only stimulated growth for trees under weak competition in central boreal forests

Yong Luo, Eliot J. B. McIntire, Celine Boivenue, Paul P. Nikiema & Han H. Y. Chen
1. Global change ecologists have often used trees under weak competition (e.g., dominant/codominant trees) to examine relationships between climatic change and tree growth. Scaling up these results to a forest relies on the assumption that the climatic change-tree growth relationship is not affected by tree-level competition. 2. Using permanent sample plot data from the central Canadian boreal region where warming did not result in water deficit, we tested the above-mentioned assumption by looking at whether...
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