Data from \"Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling Amazon\".

Fauset Sophie, Johnson Michelle O., Gloor Manuel, Baker Timothy R., Monteagudo Abel M., Brienen Roel J.W., Feldpausch Ted R., Lopez-Ganzalez Gabriela, Malhi Yadvinder, Ter Steege Hans, Pitman Nigel C.A., Baraloto Christopher, Engel Julien, Pétronelli Pascal, Andrade Ana, Camargo José Luís C., Laurance Susan G.W., Laurance William F., Chave Jerôme, Allie Elodie, Núñez Vargas Percy, Terborgh John J., Ruokolainen Kalle, Silveira Marcos, Aymard C. Gerardo A. … & Phillips Oliver L.
The extraordinary diversity of Amazonian forests conceals that tree abundance is 121 strongly skewed towards relatively few ‘hyperdominant’ species. In addition to their 122 diversity, Amazonian trees are a key component of the global carbon cycle, 123 assimilating and storing more carbon than any other ecosystem on Earth. Here, we 124 ask, using a unique dataset of 530 forest plots, if the functions of storing and 125 producing woody carbon are concentrated in a small...
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