Data from: Colonial history impacts urban tree species distribution in a tropical city

Nadia Hunte, Anand R. Roopsind, Abdullah A. Ansari & T. Trevor Caughlin
Urban forests associated with green infrastructure for sustainable outcomes are particularly critical in the Global South, where some of the world’s fastest-growing cities are located. However, compared to temperate cities, the drivers of urban tree species distribution in tropical cities remain understudied. In this study, we quantify the spatial distribution and abundance of urban forests in the tropical city of Georgetown, Guyana. British colonialism has shaped this city, including forced movement of peoples under slavery...
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