Landscape-scale drivers of liana load across a Southeast Asian forest canopy differ to the Neotropics

Catherine Waite, Geertje Van Der Heijden, Richard Field, David Burslem, James Dalling, Reuben Nilus, M. Elizabeth Rodriguez-Ronderos, Andrew Marshall & Doreen Boyd
Lianas (woody vines) are a key component of tropical forests, known to reduce forest carbon storage and sequestration and to be increasing in abundance. Analysing how and why lianas are distributed in forest canopies at landscape scales will help us determine the mechanisms driving changes in lianas over time. This will improve our understanding of liana ecology and projections of tropical forest carbon storage now and into the future. Despite competing hypotheses on the mechanisms...
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