Data from: Landscape structure influences urban vegetation vertical structure

Matthew G. E. Mitchell, Dan Wu, Kasper Johansen, Martine Maron, Clive McAlpine & Jonathan R. Rhodes
Vegetation vertical structure is important for biodiversity and ecosystem service provision. In cities, however, while variation in the spatial extent and distribution of vegetation has been widely investigated, vertical vegetation structure and its potential drivers have not. Understanding how vegetation vertical structure varies across cities and identifying the potential drivers of this variation will improve the management of urban vegetation for biodiversity and ecosystem services. We used light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data to quantify...
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