Continental-scale patterns of canopy tree composition and function across Amazonia

@article{Steege2006ContinentalscalePO,
  title={Continental-scale patterns of canopy tree composition and function across Amazonia},
  author={H. Steege and N. Pitman and O. Phillips and J. Chave and D. Sabatier and {\'A}. Duque and J. Molino and M. Pr{\'e}vost and R. Spichiger and H. Castellanos and P. Hildebrand and R. Vasquez},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2006},
  volume={443},
  pages={444-447}
}
The world's greatest terrestrial stores of biodiversity and carbon are found in the forests of northern South America, where large-scale biogeographic patterns and processes have recently begun to be described. Seven of the nine countries with territory in the Amazon basin and the Guiana shield have carried out large-scale forest inventories, but such massive data sets have been little exploited by tropical plant ecologists. Although forest inventories often lack the species-level… Expand
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