Supplement 1. Data on species composition, treefall events, and topographic features of the study plots.

2016-08-04T23:50:35Z (GMT) by Héctor Ricardo Grau
<h2>File List</h2><blockquote> <a href="Supl-1.txt">Supl-1.txt</a><br> <a href="Supl-2.txt">Supl-2.txt</a><br> <a href="Supl-3.txt">Supl-3.txt</a> </blockquote><h2>Description</h2><blockquote>The data file Supl-1.txt has 37 columns and 601 rows. The first row has the species’ code. The first column is the plot name, columns 2 and 3 are the <i>x</i> and <i>y</i> coordinates of the southwest corner of each plot. Columns 4–37 are species densities (stems larger than 5 cm DBH) at each 10 × 10 plot. For species codes see <a href="appendix-A.htm">Appendix A</a>. </blockquote> <blockquote>The data file Supl-2.txt has 5 columns and 231 rows. The first row has the headings of the columns. The first and second rows are <i>x</i> and <i>y</i> coordinates of the base of the gap maker; column 3 is the assigned date; column 4 is the compass direction; column 5 is the length of the main fallen stem.</blockquote> <blockquote>The data file Supl-3.txt has 3 columns and 176 rows. The first row has the column headings The first column has the <i>x</i> coordinates; the second column <i>y</i> coordinates; third column the elevation (<i>z</i>) at each 20 × 20 m corner.</blockquote> <p> </p>