Data from: Characterizing forest structure variations across an intact tropical peat dome using field samplings and airborne LiDAR

Ha T. Nguyen, Lucy R. Hutyra, Brady S. Hardiman & Steve M. Raciti
Tropical peat swamp forests (PSF) are one of the most carbon dense ecosystems on the globe and are experiencing substantial natural and anthropogenic disturbances. In this study we combined direct field sampling and airborne LiDAR to empirically quantify forest structure and aboveground live biomass (AGB) across a large, intact tropical peat dome in Northwestern Borneo. Moving up a 4m elevational gradient, we observed increasing stem density but decreasing canopy height, crown area and crown roughness....
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