Data from: Removal of cattle accelerates tropical dry forests succession in Northwestern Mexico

Leonel Lopez-Toledo, Abdieel Quisehuatl-Medina, Joshua Averet & Bryan Endress
Domestic livestock influence patterns of secondary succession across forest ecosystems. However, the effects of cattle on the regeneration of tropical dry forests (TDF) in Mexico are poorly understood, largely because it is difficult to locate forests that are not grazed by cattle or other livestock. We describe changes in forest composition and structure along a successional chronosequence of TDF stands with and without cattle (chronic grazing or exclusion from grazing for ~8 yr). Forest stands...
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