Data from: Tropical tree growth is correlated with soil phosphorus, potassium, and calcium, though not for legumes

Thomas W. Baribault, Richard K. Kobe & Andrew O. Finley
Tropical forest productivity is widely assumed to be limited by soil phosphorus (P), but biogeochemical processes that deplete P also could deplete base cations, suggesting multiple resource limitation. Limitation by several resources could arise from species and functional diversity, and variation among groups in resource requirements, including ecophysiological strategies that minimize P limitation. We hypothesized that tree growth is positively related to soil base cation and P availability and negatively related to local competition; Fabaceae...
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