Data from: Related plant species respond similarly to chronic anthropogenic disturbance: implications for conservation decision-making

Alejandra Martínez-Blancas, Horacio Paz, Gerardo A. Salazar & Carlos Martorell
1. Many developing countries harbor inordinate numbers of species that face little-understood, gradual changes in their environment, such as chronic anthropogenic disturbance (CAD, a high frequency but low intensity form of disturbance). These countries also lack the resources to study each species, so conservation practices have had to be generalized assuming that complete taxonomic groups (e.g., cacti or cetaceans) may be managed in the same way. This could be justified if closely related species respond...
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