Tree community structure, dynamics, and diversity partitioning in a Bornean tropical forested landscape

@article{Nakagawa2012TreeCS,
  title={Tree community structure, dynamics, and diversity partitioning in a Bornean tropical forested landscape},
  author={Michiko Nakagawa and Kuniyasu Momose and Keiko Kishimoto-Yamada and Tamaki Kamoi and Hiroshi Tanaka and Michi Kaga and Satoshi Yamashita and Takao Itioka and Hidetoshi Nagamasu and Shoko Sakai and Tohru Nakashizuka},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={127-140}
}
Human-modified forested landscapes are prevalent in the tropics, and the role of complex mosaics of diverse vegetation types in biodiversity conservation remains poorly understood. Demographic traits and the spatial pattern of biodiversity are essential information when considering proper forest management and land use strategies. We compared the tree community structure (stem density, basal area, tree diversity, abundance of rare, endemic, and upper-layer trees, and species composition) and… CONTINUE READING