Data from: The hydrological legacy of deforestation on global wetlands

Craig A. Woodward, James Shulmeister, Joshua Larsen, Geraldine E. Jacobsen & Atun Zawadzki
Increased catchment erosion and nutrient loading are commonly recognized impacts of deforestation on global wetlands. In contrast, an increase in water availability in deforested catchments is well known in modern studies but is rarely considered when evaluating past human impacts. We used a Budyko water balance approach, a meta-analysis of global wetland response to deforestation, and paleoecological studies from Australasia to explore this issue. After complete deforestation, we demonstrated that water available to wetlands increases...
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