Data from: Shifting species and functional diversity due to abrupt changes in water availability in tropical dry forests

Diego Raymundo, Jamir Prado-Junior, Fabrício Alvim Carvalho, Vagner Santiago Do Vale, Paulo E. Oliveira, Masha T. Van Der Sande & Masha T. Sande
Recent insights show that tropical forests are shifting in species composition, possibly due to changing environmental conditions. However, we still poorly understand the forest response to different environmental change drivers, which limits our ability to predict the future of tropical forests. Although some studies have evaluated drought effects on tree communities, we know little about the influence of increased water availability. Here, we evaluated how an increase in water availability caused by an artificial reservoir...
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