Data from: Using digital soil maps to infer edaphic affinities of plant species in Amazonia: problems and prospects

Gabriel Massaine Moulatlet, Gabriela Zuquim, Fernando Oliviera Gouvea Figueiredo, Samuli Lehtonen, Thaise Emilio, Kalle Ruokolainen & Hanna Tuomisto
Amazonia combines semi-continental size with difficult access, so both current ranges of species and their ability to cope with environmental change have to be inferred from sparse field data. Although efficient techniques for modeling species distributions on the basis of a small number of species occurrences exist, their success depends on the availability of relevant environmental data layers. Soil data are important in this context, because soil properties have been found to determine plant occurrence...
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