Data from: Long-term expansion of juniper populations in managed landscapes: patterns in space and time

Cristina Garcia, Eva Moracho, Ricardo Díaz-Delgado & Pedro Jordano
1. Forest cover has increased world-wide over the last decade despite continuous forest fragmentation. However, a lack of long-term demographic data hinders our understanding of the spatial dynamics of colonization in remnant populations inhabiting recently protected areas or set-aside rural lands. 2. We investigated the population expansion of the Phoenician juniper (Juniperus phoenicea subsp. turbinata), which is an endozoochorous Mediterranean tree species inhabiting landscapes that have been managed for many centuries. By combining the photointerpretation...
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