Data from: Use and categorization of Light Detection and Ranging vegetation metrics in avian diversity and species distribution research

Tristan R. M. Bakx, Zsófia Koma, Arie C. Seijmonsbergen & W. Daniel Kissling
Aim: Vegetation structure is a key determinant of animal diversity and species distributions. The introduction of Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) has enabled the collection of massive amounts of point cloud data for quantifying habitat structure at fine resolution. Here, we review the current use of LiDAR-derived vegetation metrics in diversity and distribution research of birds, a key group for understanding animal-habitat relationships. Location: Global. Methods: We review 50 relevant papers and quantify where, in...
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