Data from: A pantropical analysis of the impacts of forest degradation and conversion on local temperature

Rebecca A. Senior, Jane K. Hill, Pamela González Del Pliego, Laurel K. Goode & David P. Edwards
Temperature is a core component of a species’ fundamental niche. At the fine scale over which most organisms experience climate (mm to ha), temperature depends upon the amount of radiation reaching the Earth’s surface, which is principally governed by vegetation. Tropical regions have undergone widespread and extreme changes to vegetation, particularly through the degradation and conversion of rainforests. Since most terrestrial biodiversity is in the tropics, and many of these species possess narrow thermal limits,...
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