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BAAD: A biomass and allometry database for woody plants

Falster Daniel S., Duursma Remko A., Ishihara Masae I., Barneche Diego R., FitzJohn Richard G., Vårhammar Angelica, Aiba Masahiro, Ando Makoto, Aspinwall Michael J., Baltzer Jennifer L., Baraloto Christopher, Battaglia Michael, Battles John, J., Bond-Lamberty Ben, Van Breugel Michiel, Camac James, Claveau Yves, Coll Lluís, Dannoura Masako, Delagrange Sylvain, Domec Jean-Christophe, Fatemi Farrah, Feng Wang, Gargaglione Veronica, Goto Yoshiaki, Hagihara Akio, Hall Jefferson, Hamilton Steve, Harja Degi, Hiura Tsutom, Holdaway Robert, Hutley Lindsay, Ichie Tomoaki, Jokela Eric J, Kantola Anu, Kelly Jeff W.G., Kenzo Tanaka, King David, Kloeppel Brian D., Kohyama Takashi, Komiyama Akira, Laclau Jean-Paul, Lusk Christopher H., Maguire Douglas A., Le Maire Guerric, Mäkelä Annikki, Markesteijn Lars, Marshall John, McCulloh Katherine, Miyata Itsuo, Mokany Karel, Mori Shigeta, Myster Randall W., Nagano Masahiro, Naidu Shawna, Nouvellon Yann, O'Grady Anthony P., O'Hara Kevin, Ohtsuka Toshiyuki, Osada Noriyuki, Osunkoya Olusegun O., Peri Pablo Luis, Petritan Any Mary, Poorter Lourens, Portsmuth Angelika, Potvin Catherine, Ransijn Johannes, Reid Douglas, Ribeiro Sabina C., Roberts Scott D., Rodríguez Rolando, Saldaña-Acosta Angela, Santa-Regina Ignacio, Sasa Kaichiro, Selaya Galia, Sillett Stephen C., Sterck Frank J., Takagi Kentaro, Tange Takeshi, Tanouchi Hiroyuki, Tissue David T., Umehara Toru, Utsugi Hajime, Vadeboncoeur Matthew A., Valladares Fernando, Vanninen Petteri, Wang Jian, Wenk Elizabeth, Williams Richard, de Aquino Ximenes Fabiano, Yamaba Atsushi, Yamada Toshihiro, Yamakura Takuo, Yanai Ruth D., York Robert A.. 2015. BAAD: A biomass and allometry database for woody plants. Ecology, 96 (5) : p. 1445.

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Url - jeu de données : http://esapubs.org/archive/ecol/E096/128/

Quartile : Q1, Sujet : ECOLOGY

Abstract : Understanding how plants are constructed—i.e., how key size dimensions and the amount of mass invested in different tissues varies among individuals—is essential for modeling plant growth, carbon stocks, and energy fluxes in the terrestrial biosphere. Allocation patterns can differ through ontogeny, but also among coexisting species and among species adapted to different environments. While a variety of models dealing with biomass allocation exist, we lack a synthetic understanding of the underlying processes. This is partly due to the lack of suitable data sets for validating and parameterizing models. To that end, we present the Biomass And Allometry Database (BAAD) for woody plants. The BAAD contains 259 634 measurements collected in 176 different studies, from 21 084 individuals across 678 species. Most of these data come from existing publications. However, raw data were rarely made public at the time of publication. Thus, the BAAD contains data from different studies, transformed into standard units and variable names. The transformations were achieved using a common workflow for all raw data files. Other features that distinguish the BAAD are: (i) measurements were for individual plants rather than stand averages; (ii) individuals spanning a range of sizes were measured; (iii) plants from 0.01– 100 m in height were included; and (iv) biomass was estimated directly, i.e., not indirectly via allometric equations (except in very large trees where biomass was estimated from detailed sub-sampling). We included both wild and artificially grown plants. The data set contains the following size metrics: total leaf area; area of stem cross-section including sapwood, heartwood, and bark; height of plant and crown base, crown area, and surface area; and the dry mass of leaf, stem, branches, sapwood, heartwood, bark, coarse roots, and fine root tissues. We also report other properties of individuals (age, leaf size, leaf mass per area, wood density, nitrogen content of leaves and wood), as well as information about the growing environment (location, light, experimental treatment, vegetation type) where available. It is our hope that making these data available will improve our ability to understand plant growth, ecosystem dynamics, and carbon cycling in the world's vegetation.

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Arbre forestier, Plante ligneuse, Anatomie végétale, Croissance, Dynamique des populations, Modèle végétal, Bioinformatique, Biométrie, Allométrie, Biomasse, Cycle du carbone, Forêt, Modèle mathématique

Mots-clés complémentaires : Architecture végétale, Architecture des arbres

Mots-clés libres : Allometric equations, Biomass allocation, Biomass partitioning, Global carbon cycle, Plant, Allometry, Plant traits

Classification Agris : F50 - Plant structure
F62 - Plant physiology - Growth and development
F40 - Plant ecology
U10 - Mathematical and statistical methods

Champ stratégique Cirad : Axe 6 (2014-2018) - Sociétés, natures et territoires

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Falster Daniel S., Macquarie University (AUS)
  • Duursma Remko A., UWS (AUS)
  • Ishihara Masae I.
  • Barneche Diego R.
  • FitzJohn Richard G.
  • Vårhammar Angelica
  • Aiba Masahiro
  • Ando Makoto
  • Aspinwall Michael J.
  • Baltzer Jennifer L.
  • Baraloto Christopher, INRA (GUF)
  • Battaglia Michael
  • Battles John, J.
  • Bond-Lamberty Ben
  • Van Breugel Michiel, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (PAN)
  • Camac James
  • Claveau Yves
  • Coll Lluís
  • Dannoura Masako, Kyoto University (JPN)
  • Delagrange Sylvain, Université du Québec (CAN)
  • Domec Jean-Christophe, INRA (FRA)
  • Fatemi Farrah
  • Feng Wang
  • Gargaglione Veronica
  • Goto Yoshiaki
  • Hagihara Akio
  • Hall Jefferson
  • Hamilton Steve
  • Harja Degi, ICRAF (IDN)
  • Hiura Tsutom
  • Holdaway Robert
  • Hutley Lindsay, Northern Territory University (AUS)
  • Ichie Tomoaki
  • Jokela Eric J
  • Kantola Anu
  • Kelly Jeff W.G.
  • Kenzo Tanaka
  • King David, FIPA (FRA)
  • Kloeppel Brian D.
  • Kohyama Takashi, Hokkaido University (JPN)
  • Komiyama Akira
  • Laclau Jean-Paul, CIRAD-PERSYST-UMR Eco&Sols (FRA) ORCID: 0000-0002-2506-214X
  • Lusk Christopher H.
  • Maguire Douglas A.
  • Le Maire Guerric, CIRAD-PERSYST-UMR Eco&Sols (BRA) ORCID: 0000-0002-5227-958X
  • Mäkelä Annikki, University of Helsinki (FIN)
  • Markesteijn Lars
  • Marshall John
  • McCulloh Katherine
  • Miyata Itsuo
  • Mokany Karel
  • Mori Shigeta
  • Myster Randall W.
  • Nagano Masahiro
  • Naidu Shawna
  • Nouvellon Yann, CIRAD-PERSYST-UMR Eco&Sols (BRA)
  • O'Grady Anthony P.
  • O'Hara Kevin
  • Ohtsuka Toshiyuki
  • Osada Noriyuki
  • Osunkoya Olusegun O.
  • Peri Pablo Luis
  • Petritan Any Mary
  • Poorter Lourens, Wageningen University (NLD)
  • Portsmuth Angelika
  • Potvin Catherine
  • Ransijn Johannes
  • Reid Douglas
  • Ribeiro Sabina C.
  • Roberts Scott D.
  • Rodríguez Rolando
  • Saldaña-Acosta Angela
  • Santa-Regina Ignacio
  • Sasa Kaichiro
  • Selaya Galia
  • Sillett Stephen C.
  • Sterck Frank J., Wageningen Agricultural University (NLD)
  • Takagi Kentaro
  • Tange Takeshi
  • Tanouchi Hiroyuki
  • Tissue David T., UWS (AUS)
  • Umehara Toru
  • Utsugi Hajime
  • Vadeboncoeur Matthew A.
  • Valladares Fernando, CSIC (ESP)
  • Vanninen Petteri
  • Wang Jian, Agricultural University of Hebei (CHN)
  • Wenk Elizabeth
  • Williams Richard
  • de Aquino Ximenes Fabiano
  • Yamaba Atsushi
  • Yamada Toshihiro, Hiroshima Kasei (JPN)
  • Yamakura Takuo
  • Yanai Ruth D.
  • York Robert A.

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