Data from: Climate will increasingly determine post-fire tree regeneration success in low-elevation forests, Northern Rockies, USA

Kerry B. Kemp, Philip E. Higuera, Penelope Morgan & John T. Abatzoglou
Climate change is expected to cause widespread shifts in the distribution and abundance of plant species through direct impacts on mortality, regeneration, and survival. At landscape scales, climate impacts will be strongly mediated by disturbances, such as wildfire, which catalyze shifts in species distributions through widespread mortality and by shaping the post‐disturbance environment. We examined the potential for regional shifts in low‐elevation tree species in response to wildfire and climate warming in low‐elevation, dry mixed‐conifer...
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