Community dynamics in a species-rich…

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Community dynamics in a species-rich patch in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest near Viçosa/MG

Description

Tree species (diameter at breast height > 3.2 cm) registered during the first two censuses (2001, 2010) within a one hectare forest dynamic plot.

Additional Information

ISSN 0102-3306

Temporal coverages

Date range: 15-Jan-2001 - 11-Jan-2010

Language of Metadata

ENGLISH

Language of Data

ENGLISH

Originator
João Meira Neto
UFV/LEEP UFV/LEEP 36570000 Vicosa MG 55-31-38991955
Metadata author
Werner Leyh
UFV/LEEP UFV/LEEP 38200000 Frutal MG 55-34-34299533
Administrative contact
João Meira Neto
UFV/LEEP UFV/LEEP 36570000 Vicosa MG 55-31-38991955

doi:10.15468/6nga6m

Published by

Laboratory of Ecology and Evolution of Plants, at Universidade Federal de Vicosa

Publication Date

30-Apr-2014

Registration Date

20-May-2014

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LEEP installation

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Description

Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Bom Sucesso Farm, Brazil

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Author
Markus Gastauer
UFV/LEEP UFV/LEEP 38200000 Frutal MG 55-34-34299533
Point of contact
João Meira Neto

Forest of Seu Nico Dynamic Plot

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Design description

Community dynamics in a species-rich patch in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest near Viçosa/MG

Project Personnel

Point of contact
João Meira Neto

Methodology

Collections

Collection name

FSN_FOREST_DYNAMICS

Collection Identifier

UFV_LEEP_FSN_FOREST_DYNAMICS

Parent Collection Identifier

UFV_LEEP_FSN

References

Community dynamics in a species-rich patch of old-growth forest in a global changing scenario, 12/16/2012, Gastauer, M, Meira-Neto, JAA. 2013. Community dynamics in a species-rich patch of old-growth forest in a global changing scenario Acta Botanica Brasilica 27(2): 270-285., ISSN 0102-3306, dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0102-33062013000200004