7 Works

Data from: Canals as invasion pathways in tropical dry forest and the need for monitoring and management

Matheus S. Asth, Renato G. Rodrigues & Rafael D. Zenni
Linear infrastructure intrusions are common around the world to meet the needs of a growing and interconnected human population. The implementation of linear infrastructures involves numerous forms and mechanisms of land-use transformation that can facilitate and serve as pathways to the spread of invasive non-native species. However, the type and intensity of land transformations change over time and this can affect the frequency and intensity in which linear infrastructures route the spread of invasive species....

Data from: Evolutionary constraints on tree size and aboveground biomass in tropical dry forests

Natalia De Aguiar-Campos, Fernanda Coelho De Souza, Vinícius Maia, Vanessa Rezende, Cléber Souza, Gabriela Paula, Paola Santos, Gisele Menino, Wilder Silva & Rubens Santos
1. The extent (or lack) of phylogenetic signal for key ecological traits reveals the role of evolutionary processes on present-day ecosystem function and hints on future ecological trends under climate change scenarios. This approach has been applied to South American tropical moist forests, but not to the highly threatened seasonally dry tropical forests (SDTF), despite acknowledgement of their unique evolutionary history. To fill this knowledge gap, we investigated the legacy of evolutionary processes on vital...

Data from: Tropical forests structure and diversity: a comparison of methodological choices

Cléber Rodrigo Souza, Fernanda Coelho De Souza, Vinícius Andrade Maia, Natália Aguiar-Campos, Polyanne Aparecida Coelho, Camila Laís Farrapo, Alisson Borges Miranda Santos, Felipe De Carvalho Araújo, Fernanda Moreira Gianasi, Gabriela Gomes Pires Paula, Jean Daniel Morel, Nathalle Cristine Alencar Fagundes, Paulo Oswaldo Garcia, Wilder Bento Silva, Marco Aurélio Leite Fontes & Rubens Manoel Santos
1. Large-scale data compilation is increasing steadily in tropical forest research, but the lack of standardized methods for data collection limits drawing inference from large datasets and cross-biome analyses. Different inclusion methods and minimum tree diameter threshold are among these varying factors. To tackle this issue, we evaluated how different approaches for tree sampling affects our understanding of diversity and functioning in different tropical vegetation types. 2. We used a unique dataset of 44 inventory...

SoilGrids250m 2.0 - Volumetric Water Content at 1500kPa

Laura Poggio, Maria Eliza Turek, Niels H. Batjes, Gerard B.M. Heuvelink & Luis De Sousa
Volumetric Water Content at 1500kPa in 10-3 cm3cm-2 at 6 standard depths. Predictions were derived using a digital soil mapping approach based on Quantile Random Forest, drawing on a global compilation of soil profile data and environmental layers.

SoilGrids250m 2.0 - Volumetric Water Content at 33kPa

Laura Poggio, Maria Eliza Turek, Niels H. Batjes, Gerard B.M. Heuvelink & Luis de Sousa
Volumetric Water Content at 33kPa in 10-3 cm3cm-2 at 6 standard depths. Predictions were derived using a digital soil mapping approach based on Quantile Random Forest, drawing on a global compilation of soil profile data and environmental layers.

Drought-driven wildfire impacts on structure and dynamics in a wet Central Amazonian forest

Aline Pontes-Lopes, Camila V. J. Silva, Jos Barlow, Lorena M. Rincón, Wesley A. Campanharo, Cássio A. Nunes, Catherine T. De Almeida, Celso H. L. Silva Junior, Henrique L. G. Cassol, Ricardo Dalagnol, Scott C. Stark, Paulo M.L.A. Graça & Luiz E. O. C. Aragão
While climate and human-induced forest degradation is increasing in the Amazon, fire impacts on forest dynamics remain understudied in the wetter regions of the basin, which are susceptible to large wildfires only during extreme droughts. To address this gap, we installed burned and unburned plots immediately after a wildfire in the northern Purus-Madeira (central Amazon) during the 2015 El-Niño. We measured all individuals ≥10cm in diameter at breast height, and conducted recensuses to track the...

Data from: Geographical variation in ant foraging activity and resource use is driven by climate and net primary productivity

Chaim J. Lasmar, Tom R. Bishop, Catherine L. Parr, Antônio C.M. Queiroz, Fernando A. Schmidt & Carla R. Ribas
Aim: Foraging activity is critical for animal survival. Comprehending how ecological drivers influence foraging behavior would benefit our understanding of the link between animals and ecological processes. Here, we evaluated the influence of ecological drivers on ant foraging activity and relative resource use. Location: Six Brazilian biomes: Amazon, Atlantic rainforest, Caatinga, Cerrado, Pampa and Pantanal. Taxon: Formicidae. Methods: We assessed ant foraging activity and resource use by sampling across 60 sites. We placed baited tubes...

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