Hyperdominance in the Amazonian Tree Flora

@article{Steege2013HyperdominanceIT,
  title={Hyperdominance in the Amazonian Tree Flora},
  author={H. ter Steege and N. Pitman and D. Sabatier and C. Baraloto and R. Salom{\~a}o and J. E. Guevara and O. Phillips and C. Castilho and W. Magnusson and J. Molino and A. Monteagudo and P. N{\'u}{\~n}ez Vargas and J. Montero and T. Feldpausch and E. H. Coronado and T. Killeen and B. Mostacedo and R. Vasquez and R. L. Assis and J. Terborgh and F. Wittmann and A. Andrade and W. Laurance and S. Laurance and B. Marimon and I. C. Guimar{\~a}es Vieira and I. Amaral and R. Brienen and H. Castellanos and Dairon C{\'a}rdenas L{\'o}pez and J. Duivenvoorden and H. Mogoll{\'o}n and F. D. D. A. Matos and N. D{\'a}vila and R. Garc{\'i}a-Villacorta and Pablo Roberto Stevenson Diaz and F. Costa and T. Emilio and C. Levis and J. Schietti and P. Souza and A. Alonso and F. Dallmeier and {\'A}. D. Montoya and Maria Teresa Fernandez Piedade and A. Araujo-Murakami and L. Arroyo and R. Gribel and P. Fine and C. Peres and M. Toledo and C G.Aymard and T. Baker and C. Cer{\'o}n and J. Engel and T. Henkel and P. Maas and P. P{\'e}tronelli and J. Stropp and C. Zartman and D. Daly and D. Neill and M. Silveira and M. Paredes and J. Chave and Di{\'o}genes de Andrade Lima Filho and P. M. J{\o}rgensen and A. Fuentes and J. Sch{\"o}ngart and Fernando Cornejo Valverde and A. Di Fiore and E. Jimenez and M. C. Pe{\~n}uela Mora and J. Phillips and G. Rivas and T. V. van Andel and P. von Hildebrand and B. Hoffman and E. Zent and Y. Malhi and A. Prieto and A. Rudas and A. Ruschell and N. Silva and V. Vos and S. Zent and Alexandre A. Oliveira and A. Schutz and T. Gonzales and Marcelo Trindade Nascimento and H. Ramírez-Angulo and R. Sierra and M. Tirado and Mar{\'i}a Natalia Uma{\~n}a Medina and G. V. D. van der Heijden and C. Vela and Emilio Vilanova Torre and C. Vriesendorp and O. Wang and K. Young and C. Baider and H. Balslev and C. Ferreira and I. Mesones and A. Torres-Lezama and Ligia Estela Urrego Giraldo and R. Zagt and M. Alexiades and L. Hernandez and I. Huamantupa-Chuquimaco and W. Milliken and Walter Palacios Cuenca and D. Pauletto and Elvis H. Valderrama Sandoval and Luis Valenzuela Gamarra and K. Dexter and K. Feeley and G. Lopez-Gonzalez and M. Silman},
  journal={Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={342}
}
Introduction Recent decades have seen a major international effort to inventory tree communities in the Amazon Basin and Guiana Shield (Amazonia), but the vast extent and record diversity of these forests have hampered an understanding of basinwide patterns. To overcome this obstacle, we compiled and standardized species-level data on more than half a million trees in 1170 plots sampling all major lowland forest types to explore patterns of commonness, rarity, and richness. A map of Amazonia… Expand
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