Phillips, O.L. and Gentry, A.H. (1994) Increasing turnover through time in tropical forests. Science, 263 (5149). pp. 954-958. ISSN 1095-8075
Tree turnover rates were assessed at 40 tropical forest sites. Averaged across inventoried forests, turnover, as measured by tree mortality and recruitment, has increased since the 1950's, with an apparent pantropical acceleration since 1980. Among 22 mature forest sites with two or more inventory periods, forest turnover also increased. The trend in forest dynamics may have profound effects on biological diversity.
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