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ReSurveyGermany: Vegetation-plot time-series over the past hundred years in Germany

Jandt, Ute ; Bruelheide, Helge ; Berg, Christian ; Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus ; Blüml, Volker ; Bode, Frank ; Dengler, Jürgen ; Diekmann, Martin ; Dierschke, Hartmut ; Doerfler, Inken ; Döring, Ute ; Dullinger, Stefan ; Härdtle, Werner ; Haider, Sylvia ; Heinken, Thilo ; Horchler, Peter ; Jansen, Florian ; Kudernatsch, Thomas ; Kuhn, Gisbert ; Lindner, Martin ; Matesanz, Silvia ; Metze, Katrin ; Meyer, Stefan ; Müller, Frank ; Müller, Norbert ; Naaf, Tobias ; Peppler-Lisbach, Cord ; Poschlod, Peter ; Roscher, Christiane ; Rosenthal, Gert ; Rumpf, Sabine B. ; Schmidt, Wolfgang ; Schrautzer, Joachim ; Schwabe, Angelika ; Schwartze, Peter ; Sperle, Thomas ; Stanik, Nils ; Stroh, Hans-Georg ; Storm, Christian ; Voigt, Winfried ; Heßberg, Andreas von ; Oheimb, Goddert von ; Wagner, Eva-Rosa ; Wegener, Uwe ; Wesche, Karsten ; Wittig, Burghard ; Wulf, Monika (2022)
ReSurveyGermany: Vegetation-plot time-series over the past hundred years in Germany.
In: Scientific data, 9 (1)
doi: 10.1038/s41597-022-01688-6
Article, Bibliographie

Abstract

Vegetation-plot resurvey data are a main source of information on terrestrial biodiversity change, with records reaching back more than one century. Although more and more data from re-sampled plots have been published, there is not yet a comprehensive open-access dataset available for analysis. Here, we compiled and harmonised vegetation-plot resurvey data from Germany covering almost 100 years. We show the distribution of the plot data in space, time and across habitat types of the European Nature Information System (EUNIS). In addition, we include metadata on geographic location, plot size and vegetation structure. The data allow temporal biodiversity change to be assessed at the community scale, reaching back further into the past than most comparable data yet available. They also enable tracking changes in the incidence and distribution of individual species across Germany. In summary, the data come at a level of detail that holds promise for broadening our understanding of the mechanisms and drivers behind plant diversity change over the last century.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2022
Creators: Jandt, Ute ; Bruelheide, Helge ; Berg, Christian ; Bernhardt-Römermann, Markus ; Blüml, Volker ; Bode, Frank ; Dengler, Jürgen ; Diekmann, Martin ; Dierschke, Hartmut ; Doerfler, Inken ; Döring, Ute ; Dullinger, Stefan ; Härdtle, Werner ; Haider, Sylvia ; Heinken, Thilo ; Horchler, Peter ; Jansen, Florian ; Kudernatsch, Thomas ; Kuhn, Gisbert ; Lindner, Martin ; Matesanz, Silvia ; Metze, Katrin ; Meyer, Stefan ; Müller, Frank ; Müller, Norbert ; Naaf, Tobias ; Peppler-Lisbach, Cord ; Poschlod, Peter ; Roscher, Christiane ; Rosenthal, Gert ; Rumpf, Sabine B. ; Schmidt, Wolfgang ; Schrautzer, Joachim ; Schwabe, Angelika ; Schwartze, Peter ; Sperle, Thomas ; Stanik, Nils ; Stroh, Hans-Georg ; Storm, Christian ; Voigt, Winfried ; Heßberg, Andreas von ; Oheimb, Goddert von ; Wagner, Eva-Rosa ; Wegener, Uwe ; Wesche, Karsten ; Wittig, Burghard ; Wulf, Monika
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: ReSurveyGermany: Vegetation-plot time-series over the past hundred years in Germany
Language: English
Date: 19 October 2022
Journal or Publication Title: Scientific data
Volume of the journal: 9
Issue Number: 1
DOI: 10.1038/s41597-022-01688-6
Abstract:

Vegetation-plot resurvey data are a main source of information on terrestrial biodiversity change, with records reaching back more than one century. Although more and more data from re-sampled plots have been published, there is not yet a comprehensive open-access dataset available for analysis. Here, we compiled and harmonised vegetation-plot resurvey data from Germany covering almost 100 years. We show the distribution of the plot data in space, time and across habitat types of the European Nature Information System (EUNIS). In addition, we include metadata on geographic location, plot size and vegetation structure. The data allow temporal biodiversity change to be assessed at the community scale, reaching back further into the past than most comparable data yet available. They also enable tracking changes in the incidence and distribution of individual species across Germany. In summary, the data come at a level of detail that holds promise for broadening our understanding of the mechanisms and drivers behind plant diversity change over the last century.

Identification Number: pmid:36261458
Divisions: 10 Department of Biology
10 Department of Biology > Vegetation ecology - Restoration
10 Department of Biology > Chemical Plant Ecology
Date Deposited: 24 Oct 2022 11:47
Last Modified: 29 Apr 2024 06:34
PPN: 500748934
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