Data from: Understory succession after burial by tephra from Mount St. Helens

Dylan G. Fischer, Joseph A. Antos, Abir Biswas & Donald B. Zobel
1. Successional change following disturbance is a fundamental ecological process that remains central to understanding patterns in plant ecology. Although succession has been studied for well over a century, understanding of the patterns and processes of change is still inadequate, partly because of the dearth of long-term studies. 2. Here, we use, as a model system, a volcanic disturbance that is widespread and of global relevance. We examine succession in old-growth conifer forest understories following...
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