Data from: Replanting of first-cycle oil palm results in a second wave of biodiversity loss

Adham Ashton-Butt, Simon Willcock, Dedi Purnomo, Resti Wahyuningsih, Anak A.K. Aryawan, Amelia Hood, Suhardi Suhardi, Mohammad Naim, Guy M. Poppy, Jean-Pierre Caliman, Kelvin S.-H Peh & Jake L. Snaddon
1. Conversion of forest to oil palm plantations results in a significant loss of biodiversity. Despite this, first-cycle oil palm plantations can sustain relatively high biodiversity compared to other crops. However, the long-term effects of oil palm agriculture on flora and fauna are unknown. Oil palm has a 25-year commercial lifespan before it must be replanted, due to reduced productivity and difficulty of harvesting. Loss of the complex vegetation structure of oil palm plantations during...
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