Data from: Patterns of primary succession of native and introduced plants in lowland wet forests in eastern Hawai‘i

Naupaka Zimmerman, R. Flint Hughes, Susan Cordell, Patrick Hart, Heather Kalei Chang, David Perez, Ryan Kaipoalohaakala Like & Rebecca Ostertag
The majority of Hawaii’s lowland wet forests no longer exist, with many of the last remaining patches found on the eastern, windward sides of the largest islands. To better understand successional patterns and invasion in these native systems, we quantified basal area (BA) and densities of woody species and understory cover at nine sites in the Puna district on the Island of Hawai‘i, representing age gradients of native stand development on both ‘a’ā and pāhoehoe...
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