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Drought cuts back regeneration in logged tropical forests

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Logged tropical forests represent a major opportunity for preserving biodiversity and sequestering carbon, playing a large role in meeting global forest restoration targets. Left alone, these ecosystems have been expected to undergo natural regeneration and succession towards old growth forests, but extreme drought events may challenge this process. While old growth forests possess a certain level of resilience, we lack understanding as to how logging may affect forest responses to drought. T...

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10.1088/1748-9326/ab0783

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0000-0002-7309-7523
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Environmental Research Letters Journal website
Volume:
14
Issue:
4
Publication date:
2019-04-09
Acceptance date:
2019-02-15
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1748-9326
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pubs:1022177
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uri:e823e5ab-25de-4f8c-b89b-547a1af39ae2
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uuid:e823e5ab-25de-4f8c-b89b-547a1af39ae2
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