Tags: Invasive Species

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  1. Spatial patterns of discovery points and invasion hotspots of non-native forest pests

    2019-07-03 13:56:43 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Samuel F. Ward, Songlin Fei, Andrew M. Liebhold | doi:10.4231/7YT5-ET33

    Spreadsheets and spatial data analyzed in "Spatial patterns of discovery points and invasion hotspots of non-native forest pests"


  2. Functional traits of non-native woody plants in the United States

    2019-06-06 08:26:09 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Songlin Fei, Qinfeng Guo, Gabriela C Nunez-Mir, Basil Iannone | doi:10.4231/1YW7-DE10

    The dataset includes 45 functional traits of over 800 nonnative woody plant species in the U.S.


  3. Data on native tree diversity (species richness and phylogenetic), biomass, relative density, tree height, and invasive plants in forests of the eastern USA

    2018-11-11 16:12:41 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Basil Iannone, Kevin Potter, Qinfeng Guo, Insu Jo, Christopher Oswalt, Songlin Fei | doi:10.4231/R7GX48TW

    The data published here are used to investigate the drivers of this heterogeneity in the context of known contributions of native trees to the resistance of forests in the eastern United States of America to plant invasions.


  4. Native and invasive vegetation and soil data in the eastern US

    2017-10-24 20:52:21 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Insu Jo, Kevin Potter, Grant Domke, Songlin Fei | doi:10.4231/R73F4MSB

    Vegetation and soil data from the FIA Program, which includes vegetation attributes and soil and forest floor attributes of 288 permanent plots across the eastern USA


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