The global abundance of tree palms

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  • Robert Muscarella
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  • Oliver L. Phillips
  • Simon L. Lewis
  • Ferry Slik
  • William J. Baker
  • Thomas L. P. Couvreur
  • Wolf L. Eiserhardt
  • Jens-Christian Svenning
  • Kofi Affum-Baffoe
  • Shin-Ichiro Aiba
  • Everton C. de Almeida
  • Samuel S. de Almeida
  • Edmar Almeida de Oliveira
  • Esteban Álvarez-Dávila
  • Luciana F. Alves
  • Carlos Mariano Alvez-Valles
  • Fabrício Alvim Carvalho
  • Fernando Alzate Guarin
  • Ana Andrade
  • Luis E. O. C. Aragão
  • Alejandro Araujo Murakami
  • Luzmila Arroyo
  • Peter S. Ashton
  • Gerardo A. Aymard Corredor
  • Timothy R. Baker
  • Plinio Barbosa de Camargo
  • Jos Barlow
  • Jean-François Bastin
  • Natacha Nssi Bengone
  • Erika Berenguer
  • Nicholas Berry
  • Lilian Blanc
  • Katrin Böhning-Gaese
  • Damien Bonal
  • Frans Bongers
  • Matt Bradford
  • Fabian Brambach
  • Francis Q. Brearley
  • Steven W. Brewer
  • Jose L. C. Camargo
  • David G. Campbell
  • Carolina V. Castilho
  • Wendeson Castro
  • Damien Catchpole
  • Carlos E. Cerón Martínez
  • Shengbin Chen
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  • Percival Cho
  • Wanlop Chutipong
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  • Anthony Di Fiore
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  • Jean-Louis Doucet
  • Aurélie Dourdain
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  • Terry Erwin
  • Corneille E. N. Ewango
  • Robert M. Ewers
  • Sophie Fauset
  • Ted R. Feldpausch
  • Joice Ferreira
  • Leandro Valle Ferreira
  • Markus Fischer
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  • Irié Casimir Zo-Bi
  • Henrik Balslev
Aim: Palms are an iconic, diverse, and often abundant component of tropical ecosystems that provide 6 many ecosystem services. Being monocots, tree palms are evolutionarily, morphologically, and 7 physiologically distinct from other trees, and these differences have important consequences for 8 ecosystem services (e.g., carbon sequestration and storage) and in terms of responses to climate 9 change. We quantified global patterns of tree palm relative abundance to help improve understanding of 10 tropical forests and reduce uncertainty about these ecosystems under climate change. 11 Location: Tropical and subtropical moist forests 12 Time period: Current 13 Major taxa studied: Palms (Arecaceae) 14 Methods: We assembled a pantropical dataset of 2,548 forest plots (covering 1,191 ha) and quantified 15 tree palm (i.e., ≥ 10 cm diameter) abundance relative to co-occurring non-palm trees. We compared the 16 relative abundance of tree palms across biogeographical realms, and tested for associations with 17 paleoclimate stability, current climate, edaphic conditions, and metrics of forest structure. 18 Results: On average, relative abundance of tree palms was more than five times larger between 19 Neotropical locations and other biogeographic realms. Tree palms were absent in most locations outside 20 the Neotropics but present in >80% of Neotropical locations. Relative abundance of tree palms was more 21 strongly associated with local conditions (e.g., higher mean annual precipitation, lower soil fertility, 22 shallower water table, and lower plot-mean wood density) than metrics of long-term climate stability. Life 23 form diversity also influenced the patterns; palm assemblages outside the Neotropics comprise many 24 non-tree (e.g., climbing) palms. Finally, we show that tree palms can influence estimates of above-ground 25 biomass but the magnitude and direction of the effect requires additional work. 26 Conclusions: Tree palms are not just quintessentially tropical, they are overwhelmingly Neotropical. 27 Future work to understand the contributions of tree palms to biomass estimates and carbon cycling will be 28 particularly critical in Neotropical forests.

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Iaith wreiddiolSaesneg
Tudalennau (o-i)1495-1514
Nifer y tudalennau20
CyfnodolynGlobal Ecology and Biogeography
Cyfrol29
Rhif y cyfnodolyn9
Dyddiad ar-lein cynnar8 Gorff 2020
Dynodwyr Gwrthrych Digidol (DOIs)
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - Medi 2020

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