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Data from: Fragmentation increases wind disturbance impacts on forest structure and carbon stocks in a Western Amazonian landscape

Schwartz, Naomi Beth; Uriarte, Maria; DeFries, Ruth S.; Bedka, Kristopher M.; Fernandes, Katia de Avila; Gutiérrez-Vélez, Victor; Pinedo-Vasquez, Miguel Angel

This file contains the raw data, non-spatial data used for the analysis of fragmentation effects on wind damage in Schwartz et al. 2017. For spatially explicit data, please contact the author. Variable names are as follows: PID = ID of patch in which pixel is located, dam = pixel wind damage (deltaNPV), dist.to.edge = pixel distance to edge, secondary = binary indicator for secondary forest (0 = old growth, 1 = secondary), AREA = patch size, SHAPE = shape index (i.e. edginess) from fragstats, PROX = proximity index from fragstats*-1 (i.e. isolation)

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Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology
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May 5, 2017
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