Data from: Savannas after afforestation: assessment of herbaceous community responses to wildfire versus native tree planting

Thaís M. Haddad, Ricardo A. G. Viani, Mário G. B. Cava, Giselda Durigan & Joseph V. Veldman
Afforestation and fire exclusion are pervasive threats to tropical savannas. In Brazil, laws limiting prescribed burning hinder the study of fire in the restoration of Cerrado plant communities. We took advantage of a 2017 wildfire to evaluate the potential for tree cutting and fire to promote the passive restoration of savanna herbaceous plant communities after destruction by exotic tree plantations. We sampled a burned pine plantation (Burned Plantation); a former plantation that was harvested and...
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