5 datasets found.
Bridge: plots of old-growth forest to gather information on tree diversity and to test ecological theories in French Guiana since 2007.
The project Bridging Information on Tree Diversity in French Guiana, and a Test of Ecological Theories (BRIDGE) brings together researchers from nine different European research groups in tropical ecology, and seeks to improve our knowledge on the various dimensions of tree biological diversity in French Guiana. The project includes ten one-hectare old-growth forest tree plots across a range of geology and rainfall in French Guiana. The amount…
The Nouragues forestry experimental site: permanent plots of forest inventories since 1985.
The Nouragues forestry experimental site is located the Nouragues experimental station in French Guiana (other experimental sites than Nouragues plots are established in Nouragues station). This experimental site is composed by several plots not contiguous, some of them are divided into smaller plots (1ha). For each plot, the following information is recorded for all trees and lianas with DBH ≥ 10cm : 1. location of individuals inside the plot…
Aerial laser scanning (ALS) dataset, Nouragues, French Guiana, acquired in 2007.
The aerial laser scanning (ALS) dataset, acquired in 2007, covers the research area in the Nouragues reserve. Ground echoes are available as well as a digital terrain model (DTM), a digital surface model (DSM), and a digital canopy model (DCM) with a 1 meter resolution.
Guyafor: permanent plots of forest inventories in French Guiana since 1968
Guyafor is a network of permanent forest plots installed in French Guiana. The Guyafor Database compiles coordinates of the 11 sites (Paracou, Bafog, Organabo, Risquetout, Montagne Tortue, Saut Lavilette, Acarouany (Javouhey), Montagne Plomb, Tibourou, Nouragues, Laussat) and their subdivisions of the guianese permanent plots network. Each site contains georeferenced trees, botanically identified and regularly measured (diameter) for varying…
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