Data from: Effects of restoration on tree communities and carbon storage in rainforest fragments of the Western Ghats, India

Anand M. Osuri, Srinivasan Kasinathan, Mrinalini Siddhartha, Divya Mudappa & T. R. Shankar Raman
Ecological restoration is a leading strategy for reversing biodiversity losses and enhancing terrestrial carbon sequestration in degraded tropical forests. There have been few comprehensive assessments of recovery following restoration in fragmented forest landscapes, and the efficacy of active versus passive (i.e., natural regeneration) restoration remains unclear. We examined 11 indicators of forest structure, tree diversity and composition (adult and sapling), and aboveground carbon storage in 25 pairs of actively restored (AR; 7–15 yr after weed...
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