Data from: Restored tallgrass prairies have reduced phylogenetic diversity compared with remnants

Rebecca S. Barak, Evelyn W. Williams, Andrew L. Hipp, Marlin L. Bowles, Gabriela M. Carr, Robert Sherman & Daniel J. Larkin
Ecological restoration is critical for mitigating habitat loss and providing ecosystem services. However, restorations often have lower diversity than remnant, reference sites. Phylogenetic diversity is an important component of biodiversity and ecosystem function that has only recently been used to evaluate restoration outcomes. To move towards prediction in the restoration of biodiversity, it is necessary to understand how phylogenetic diversity of restorations compares with that of reference sites, and where deficits are found, to evaluate...
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