Data from: Logging, exotic plant invasions, and native plant reassembly in a lowland tropical rain forest

Timm F. Döbert, Bruce L. Webber, John B. Sugau, Katharine J. M. Dickinson & Raphael K. Didham
Habitat modification and biological invasions are key drivers of global environmental change. However, the extent and impact of exotic plant invasions in modified tropical landscapes remains poorly understood. We examined whether logging drives exotic plant invasions, and whether their combined influences alter understory plant community composition in lowland rain forests in Borneo. We tested the relationship between understory communities and local- and landscape-scale logging intensity, using leaf area index (LAI) and above-ground biomass (AGB) data...
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