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List of available files:
TRY - Categorical Traits Dataset
TRY 2.0 – Site Information
TRY 3.0 – Site Information
Selected leaf and stem traits from the BRIDGE database
Water Use Tree Diversity Experiment - Göttingen 2012
GlobResp - Global Leaf Respiration Database
Community species composition, above ground biomass nutrient contents
San Lorenzo Epiphyte Leaf Traits
Functional Traits Trees Golfo Dulce Costa Rica
Niwot Trait Data 2016
Rhododendron leaf and root economic traits
TRY 4.0 – Site Information
fine root traits of 141 Central European grassland species
15 traits of 34 hebaceous species in Sherbrooke
Trait and biomass data 2014 and 2015 of the BE LOW project
Yasuni Ecuador Leaf Drought Tolerance and Mechanical Toughness
Simova et al. Journal of Ecology dataset
Iranian plant traits database
Yasuni Ecuador Leaf ITV
TRY Primary Data Source References
TRY 5.0 – Site Information
TRY Database version 5.0: z-scores for outlier detection
Functional trait data Colombian dry Forest trees
Functional trait data Colombian dry Forest trees
Lariz Occidentalis branch section specific leaf area and dry mass
Plant traits along NPK gradients
Thermo-Mediterranean species along Greece
Functional traits related to flammability
MediterraneanRoadcutTraitData
Herbaceous leaf traits database from Mediterranean serpentine and non-serpentine soils
Moravcova-Pysek Reproductive traits of neophyte in the Czech Republic
Arable weed trait data set
JenaExperimentTraits
Mediterranean mixed forest
Plant height of Mediterranean herb layer communities, Sardinia, Italy
Pinus_traits_Beloiu_Beierkuhnlein_06_2019
Fagus sylvatica Paggeo Greece
BolivianBofedalTraitData
sub-Antarctic_tundra_FT
Terrestrial Mediterranean Orchids Functional Traits
CONCERNING SOME ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF TREE LEAVES IN FOREST-STEPPE PLANTINGS.Tree and shrub
Div_Resource Pot Experiment
Montane_grassland_FT
Iranian Marl database
Fabio Carvalho lowland fen peatland


Title: TRY - Categorical Traits Dataset
TRY File Archive ID: 3
Rights of use: Public, CC.BY.3.0
Publication Date: 2012-03-19
Version: 1.0
Author: Jens Kattge, Interdepartmental Max Planck Fellow Group Functional Biogeography, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Max Planck Society, escidoc:1938314; German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig, Deutscher Platz 5e, 04103 Leipzig, Germany
Contributors: Gerhard Bönisch (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany), Angela Günther (Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany); Ian Wright (Macquarie University, Australia), Amy Zanne (University of Missouri, USA), Christian Wirth (Univerity of Leipzig, Germany), Peter Reich (University of Minnesota, USA; University of Western Sydney, Australia) and the TRY Consortium
Reference to publication: Kattge, J., Diaz, S., Lavorel, S., Prentice, I. C., Leadley, P., Bönisch, G., Garnier, E., Westoby, M., Reich, P. B., Wright, I. J., Cornelissen, J. H. C., Violle, C., Harrison, S. P., Van Bodegom, P. M., Reichstein, M., Enquist, B. J., Soudzilovskaia, N. A., Ackerly, D. D., Anand, M., Atkin, O., Bahn, M., Baker, T. R., Baldocchi, D., Bekker, R., Blanco, C. C., Blonder, B., Bond, W. J., Bradstock, R., Bunker, D. E., Casanoves, F., Cavender-Bares, J., Chambers, J. Q., Chapin Iii, F. S., Chave, J., Coomes, D., Cornwell, W. K., Craine, J. M., Dobrin, B. H., Duarte, L., Durka, W., Elser, J., Esser, G., Estiarte, M., Fagan, W. F., Fang, J., Fernández-Méndez, F., Fidelis, A., Finegan, B., Flores, O., Ford, H., Frank, D., Freschet, G. T., Fyllas, N. M., Gallagher, R. V., Green, W. A., Gutierrez, A. G., Hickler, T., Higgins, S. I., Hodgson, J. G., Jalili, A., Jansen, S., Joly, C. A., Kerkhoff, A. J., Kirkup, D., Kitajima, K., Kleyer, M., Klotz, S., Knops, J. M. H., Kramer, K., Kühn, I., Kurokawa, H., Laughlin, D., Lee, T. D., Leishman, M., Lens, F., Lenz, T., Lewis, S. L., Lloyd, J., Llusiŕ, J., Louault, F., Ma, S., Mahecha, M. D., Manning, P., Massad, T., Medlyn, B. E., Messier, J., Moles, A. T., Müller, S. C., Nadrowski, K., Naeem, S., Niinemets, Ü., Nöllert, S., Nueske, A., Ogaya, R., Oleksyn, J., Onipchenko, V. G., Onoda, Y., Ordonez, J., Overbeck, G., Ozinga, W. A., Patińo, S., Paula, S., Pausas, J. G., Peńuelas, J., Phillips, O. L., Pillar, V., Poorter, H., Poorter, L., Poschlod, P., Prinzing, A., Proulx, R., Rammig, A., Reinsch, S., Reu, B., Sack, L., Salgado-Negret, B., Sardans, J., Shiodera, S., Shipley, B., Siefert, A., Sosinski, E., Soussana, J.-F., Swaine, E., Swenson, N., Thompson, K., Thornton, P., Waldram, M., Weiher, E., White, M., White, S., Wright, S. J., Yguel, B., Zaehle, S., Zanne, A. E., Wirth, C. (2011) TRY - a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935.
Reference to data package: Kattge, J., Bönisch, G., Günther, A., Wright, I., Zanne, A., Wirth, C., Reich, P.B. and the TRY Consortium (2012) TRY - Categorical Traits Dataset. Data from: TRY - a global database of plant traits. TRY File Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#3
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.3
Format: Zipped archive, including: data file (Excel), documentation (PDF), data policy for the TRY file archive (PDF)
File name: TRY_Categorical_Traits_Lookup_Table_2012_03_17_TestRelease.zip
Description: Categorical traits for species in the TRY database
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Holocene
Taxonomic coverage: terrestrial vascular plants
Field list: AccSpeciesID, AccSpeciesName, IPNI/TROPICOS, Genus, SpeciesEpithet, Family, PhylogeneticGroup, PlantGrowthForm, Succulent, climber, Parasitic, Aquatic, Epiphyte, Crop, Palmoid, LeafType, LeafPhenology, PhotosyntheticPathway, Woodiness, WoodinessDetail, LeafCompoundness, NumberOfLeaflets, PlantGrowthFormSource, SucculentSource, ClimbingSource, ParasiticSource, AquaticSource, EpiphyticSource, CropSource, PalmoidSource, PlantGrowthFormAttributesSource, LeafTypeSource, LeafPhenSource, PhotoSource, WoodinessSource, LeafCompoundnessSource

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Title: TRY 2.0 – Site Information
TRY File Archive ID: 5
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2012-03-30
Version: 1.0
Author: Jens Kattge, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
Contributors: Gerhard Bönisch, Uli Weber (MPI-BGC, Jena, Germany)
Reference to publication: Dataset: Kattge, J. et al. (2011) TRY - a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935.
Climate: Hijmans, R.J., S.E. Cameron, J.L. Parra, P.G. Jones and A. Jarvis, 2005. Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25: 1965-1978.
Climate Classes: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Soil: FAO/IIASA/ISRIC/ISSCAS/JRC, 2012. Harmonized World Soil Database (version 1.2). FAO, Rome, Italy and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.
Reference to data package: Kattge, J. et al. (2011) TRY 2.0 – Site Information. Data from: TRY - a global database of plant traits. TRY Downloadable Files Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#5
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation files pdf, pictures png, data use agreement pdf
File name: TRY_Site_Climate_Soil_2012_03_28.zip
Description: Climate, soil and biome information for sites in the TRY database:
Climate: WorldClim – Global Climate Data Version 1.4 (release 3): http://www.worldclim.org/ accessed 2011/11/10
Soil: HWSD Harmonized World Soil Database v1.2 http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/LUC/External-World-soil-database/HTML Accessed: 2011/11/10
BIOME: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: Not applicable
Field list: LON_site, LAT_site, ObservationId, TempAnnMean_DegC, PrecipAnnMean_mm, TempMean01, TempMean02, TempMean03, TempMean04, TempMean05, TempMean06, TempMean07, TempMean08, TempMean09, TempMean10, TempMean11, TempMean12, PrecipMean01, PrecipMean02, PrecipMean03, PrecipMean04, PrecipMean05, PrecipMean06, PrecipMean07, PrecipMean08, PrecipMean09, PrecipMean10, PrecipMean11, PrecipMean12, Isothermality, TemperatureSeasonality, KoeppenGeigerID, AWC_mm, S_Clay_%, S_Gravel_%, S_OC_%, S_Sand_%, S_Silt_%, T_Clay_%, T_Gravel_%, T_OC_%, T_Sand_%, T_Silt_%

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Title: TRY 3.0 – Site Information
TRY File Archive ID: 6
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2015-02-18
Version: 1.0
Author: Jens Kattge, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
Contributors: Gerhard Bönisch, Uli Weber (MPI-BGC, Jena, Germany)
Reference to publication: Dataset: Kattge, J. et al. (2011b) TRY - a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935.
Climate: Hijmans, R.J., S.E. Cameron, J.L. Parra, P.G. Jones and A. Jarvis, 2005. Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25: 1965-1978.
Climate Classes: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Soil: FAO/IIASA/ISRIC/ISSCAS/JRC, 2012. Harmonized World Soil Database (version 1.2). FAO, Rome, Italy and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.
Reference to data package: Kattge, J. et al. (2011) TRY 3.0 – Site Information. Data from: TRY - a global database of plant traits. TRY Downloadable Files Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#6
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation files pdf, pictures png, data use agreement pdf
File name: TRY_Site_Climate_Soil_2015_02_18.zip
Description: Climate, soil and biome information for sites in the TRY database:
Climate: WorldClim – Global Climate Data Version 1.4 (release 3): http://www.worldclim.org/ accessed 2011/11/10
Soil: HWSD Harmonized World Soil Database v1.2 http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/LUC/External-World-soil-database/HTML Accessed: 2011/11/10
BIOME: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: Not applicable
Field list: LON_site, LAT_site, ObservationId, TempAnnMean_DegC, PrecipAnnMean_mm, TempMean01, TempMean02, TempMean03, TempMean04, TempMean05, TempMean06, TempMean07, TempMean08, TempMean09, TempMean10, TempMean11, TempMean12, PrecipMean01, PrecipMean02, PrecipMean03, PrecipMean04, PrecipMean05, PrecipMean06, PrecipMean07, PrecipMean08, PrecipMean09, PrecipMean10, PrecipMean11, PrecipMean12, Isothermality, TemperatureSeasonality, KoeppenGeigerID, AWC_mm, S_Clay_%, S_Gravel_%, S_OC_%, S_Sand_%, S_Silt_%, T_Clay_%, T_Gravel_%, T_OC_%, T_Sand_%, T_Silt_%

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Title: Selected leaf and stem traits from the BRIDGE database
TRY File Archive ID: 7
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2015-02-20
Version: Final
Author: Christopher Baraloto, INRA UMR Ecologie des Foręts de Guyane and University of Florida, Chris.Baraloto@ecofog.gf
Contributors: Timothy Paine, University of Stirling, UK, cetpaine@gmail.com
Reference to publication: Paine CET, Baraloto C, Diaz S (2015) Optimal strategies for sampling functional traits in species-rich forests. Functional Ecology, doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12433
Reference to data package: Paine CET, Baraloto C, Diaz S (2015) Selected leaf and stem traits from the BRIDGE database. Data from: Optimal strategies for sampling functional traits in species-rich forests. TRY Downloadable Files Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#7
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Format: Zipped archive: data file comma separated values (csv), documentation and data use agreement pdf
File name: FunctionalEcologyFE-2014-00595.R2.zip
Description: This dataset is an extract of the BRIDGE database for selected leaf and stem traits. The whole BRIDGE database is public available via request to the TRY database
Geolocation: French Guiana
Temporal coverage: 2008 - 2010
Taxonomic coverage: Tropical trees
Field list: Family, Genus, species, bar_code, plot_code, X, Y, DBH, leaf_thickness, leaf_toughness, sapwood_density, N, C_N, N15, C13, chlorophyll_concentration, surface_area, SLA

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Title: Water Use Tree Diversity Experiment - Göttingen 2012
TRY File Archive ID: 8
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2015-05-05
Version: 1
Author: Torben Lübbe, Albrecht-von-Haller Institute for Plant Science, Dept. Plant Ecology and Ecosystem Research, Grisebachstr. 1, D-37077 Göttingen. E-Mail: tluebbe@gwdg.de, Phone: +49 551 395702
Contributors: KJ Bloomfield, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, GP Asner, D Bonal, G Bönisch, M Bradford, LA Cernusak, EG Cosio, D Creek, KY Crous, T Domingues, JS Dukes, JJG Egerton, JR Evans, GD Farquhar, NM Fyllas, PPG Gauthier, E Gloor, TE Gimeno, K. Griffin, R Guerrieri, MA Heskel, C Huntingford, FY Ishida, J Kattge, H Lambers, MJ Liddell, CH Lusk, RE Martin, TC Maximov, AP Maksimov, Y Mahli, BE Medlyn, PMeir, LM Mercado, N Mirotchnick, D Ng, Ü Niinemets, OS O’Sullivan, OL Philips, L Poorter, P Poot, IC Prentice, N Salinas, LM. Rowland, MG Ryan, S Sitch, Martijn Slot, NG Smith, MH Turnbull , MC VanderWel, F Valladares, EJ Veneklaas, LK Weerasinghe, C Wirth, IJ Wright, K Wythers, J Xiang, S Xiang, and J Zaragoza-Castells
Reference to publication: Lübbe et al. (2015): Species diversity and identity effects on the water consumption of tree sapling assemblages under ample and limited water supply. Oikos. DOI :10.1111/oik.02367
Reference to data package: Lübbe et al. (2015): Species diversity and identity effects on the water consumption of tree sapling assemblages under ample and limited water supply - Dataset https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#XXX
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation included
File name: Water_Use_Tree_Diversity_Experiment_Goettingen_2012.zip
Description: Potted tree diversity experiment with 3 yrs old saplings of 5 temperate deciduous tree species (A. pseudoplatanus, C. betulus, F. sylvatica, F. excelsior and T. cordata). Each 5 trees were cultivated in an assemblage, differing in tree diversity (1,3 or 5 species) and soil water supply (moist and dry treatment).
Geolocation: Exerimental Botanical Garden, University of Goettingen (51°33' N, 9°57' E; 177 m a.s.l.)
Temporal coverage: April 2011 - August 2012
Taxonomic coverage: Acer pseudoplatanus, Carpinus betulus, Fagus sylvatica, Fraxinus excelsior, Tilia cordata
Field list: Pot ID, Diversity Level, Genus, Species, Species Combination, Soil Moisture, Treatment, Tree ID, Species_n, LAPot, SAPot, Tday, Trate, TLA, TSA, ks, gs, d13C, LA, SA, Huber value

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Title: GlobResp - Global Leaf Respiration Database
TRY File Archive ID: 9
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2015-05-05
Version: 1
Author: Owen Atkin, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Atkin OK, KJ Bloomfield, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, GP Asner, D Bonal, G Bönisch, M Bradford, LA Cernusak, EG Cosio, D Creek, KY Crous, T Domingues, JS Dukes, JJG Egerton, JR Evans, GD Farquhar, NM Fyllas, PPG Gauthier, E Gloor, TE Gimeno, K. Griffin, R Guerrieri, MA Heskel, C Huntingford, FY Ishida, J Kattge, H Lambers, MJ Liddell, CH Lusk, RE Martin, TC Maximov, AP Maksimov, Y Mahli, BE Medlyn, PMeir, LM Mercado, N Mirotchnick, D Ng, Ü Niinemets, OS O’Sullivan, OL Philips, L Poorter, P Poot, IC Prentice, N Salinas, LM. Rowland, MG Ryan, S Sitch, Martijn Slot, NG Smith, MH Turnbull , MC VanderWel, F Valladares, EJ Veneklaas, LK Weerasinghe, C Wirth, IJ Wright, K Wythers, J Xiang, S Xiang, and J Zaragoza-Castells (2015) Global variability in leaf respiration among plant functional types in relation to climate and leaf traits. New Phytologist 206: 614–636. DOI: 10.1111/nph.13253
Reference to data package: Atkin OK, KJ Bloomfield, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, GP Asner, D Bonal, G Bönisch, M Bradford, LA Cernusak, EG Cosio, D Creek, KY Crous, T Domingues, JS Dukes, JJG Egerton, JR Evans, GD Farquhar, NM Fyllas, PPG Gauthier, E Gloor, TE Gimeno, K. Griffin, R
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation and data use agreement included
File name: GlobResp_database_Atkinetal2015_New_Phytologist.zip
Description: To create a global leaf respiration and associated leaf traits (GlobResp)database, we combined data from recent field campaigns (Supporting Information, Table S1) with previously published data (Table S2). Data were obtained from recent publications (Atkin et al., 2013; Slot et al., 2013; Slot et al., 2014b; Weerasinghe et al., 2014) and the TRY trait database (Kattge et al., 2011; from the following TRY data 'Custodians': Peter Reich, Jens Kattge, Ülo Niinemets, Lourens Poorter and Ian Wright, noting that these Custodians have in some cases contributed data on behalf of others, most of whom are authors on the GlobResp paper). The TRY component of GlobResp includes published studies (Mooney et al., 1983; Oberbauer & Strain, 1985; Oberbauer & Strain, 1986; Chazdon & Kaufmann, 1993; Kamaluddin & Grace, 1993; Kloeppel et al., 1993; García-Núńez et al., 1995; Kloeppel & Abrams, 1995; Zotz & Winter, 1996; Grueters, 1998; Miyazawa et al., 1998; Reich et al., 1998a; Bolstad et al., 1999; Craine et al., 1999; Mitchell et al., 1999; Niinemets, 1999; Wright et al., 2001; Meir et al., 2002; Wright & Westoby, 2002; Veneklaas & Poot, 2003; Wright et al., 2004; Tjoelker et al., 2005; Machado & Reich, 2006; Poorter & Bongers, 2006; Wright et al., 2006; Meir et al., 2007; Swaine, 2007; Sendall & Reich, 2013). The database identifies individuals who were primarily responsible for collection of data (often in collaboration with other contributors), and/or who were responsible for deposition of earlier data in TRY.
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: Plant kingdom (terrestrial vascular plants)
Field list: Country, Biome, Site, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Atm_Press, Responsible, Species, Family, Genus, PFT_LPJ, PFT_Sheffield, PFT_JULES, PFT_Wright, PFT_JULES2, PFT_Exeter, H.sphere, Temp.class, Aa_sat, gs_sat, Ci_sat, LfT_sat, Rdark_a, LfT_Rdark, Am_sat, Rdark_m, FixedQ10, varQ10, Rdarka_25C_FixedQ10, Rdarkm_25C_FixedQ10, Rdarka_TWQ.T_FixedQ10, Rdarka_25C_varQ10, Rdarkm_25C_varQ10, Rdarka_MeasMonth.T_varQ10, Rdarkm_MeasMonth.T_varQ10, Rdarka_TWQ.T_varQ10, Rdarkm_TWQ.T_varQ10, Leaf_Nm, Leaf_Pm, Leaf_Na, Leaf_Pa, LMA, Vcmax_a_LfT, Vcmax_a_25, Vcmax_m_25, Rdarka:Vcmax_LfT, Rdarka:Vcmax_25C_varQ10, MAT, MeanT_WarmestQtr, Annual_Precip, Precip_Warmest_Qtr, Measuring_Month_MeanT, ai_yr, pet_yr

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Title: Community species composition, above ground biomass nutrient contents
TRY File Archive ID: 10
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2015-05-07
Version: 1
Author: Martin J. Wassen, Utrecht University, PO Box 80115, 3508 TC, Utrecht, NL, email: M.J.Wassen@uu.nl
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Yuki Fujita, Harry Olde Venterink, Peter M. van Bodegom, Jacob C. Douma, Gerrit W. Heil, Norbert Hölzel, Ewa Jab?o?ska, Wiktor Kotowski, Tomasz Okruszko, Pawe? Pawlikowski, Peter C. de Ruiter & Martin J. Wassen (2014) Low investment in sexual reproduction threatens plants adapted to phosphorus limitation. Nature Volume 505, pages 82–86  doi:10.1038/nature12733
Reference to data package: Yuki Fujita, Harry Olde Venterink, Peter M. van Bodegom, Jacob C. Douma, Gerrit W. Heil, Norbert Hölzel, Ewa Jab?o?ska, Wiktor Kotowski, Tomasz Okruszko, Pawe? Pawlikowski, Peter C. de Ruiter & Martin J. Wassen (2014) Community aboveground biomass,
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation included
File name: DatasetFujitaEtAl.zip
Description: Community weighted mean values of plant traits for 692 plots across Northern Europe and Siberia
Geolocation: Northern Europe and Siberia
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: ID, plot, plotcode, country, plotsize, harvestsize, harvest_year, harvest_month, #sp, # redlist, biomass vascular plants, N vascular plants, P vascular plants, K vascular plants, NP vascular plants, NK vascular plants, KP vascular plants, plot_cohort, mowing frequency, mowing season, mowing month, pH, K-limited, exclude_Itors, Bavaria, woody, exclude_all, Canopy height, Leaf mass, Specific leaf area (SLA), Leaf dry matter content (LDMC), Seed mass, Number of seeds, Seed investment, Starting month of flowering, Duration of flowering period, Lateral spread, Reproduction by seeds, Vegetative reproduction, Life span, Plant architecture, N-fixation, C, S, R

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Title: San Lorenzo Epiphyte Leaf Traits
TRY File Archive ID: 11
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2015-05-21
Version:
Author: Gerhard Zotz, University of Oldenburg, Institut für Biologie und Umweltwissenschaften, 26111 Oldenburg, Germany, email: gerhard.zotz@uni-oldenburg.de
Contributors: Eduardo Sánchez Delgado, Gunnar Petter, Juliano Sarmento Cabral, Katrin Wagner, Wolfgang Wanek
Reference to publication: G Petter, K Wagner, W Wanek, EJ Sánchez Delgado, G Zotz, J Sarmento Cabral, H Kreft in press Functional leaf traits of vascular epiphytes: vertical trends within the forest, intra- and interspecific trait variability, and taxonomic signals. Functional Ecology
Reference to data package: Gerhard Zotz, Eduardo Sánchez Delgado, Gunnar Petter, Juliano Sarmento Cabral, Katrin Wagner, Wolfgang Wanek (2015) San Lorenzo Epiphyte Leaf Traits
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Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation included
File name: SanLorenzoEpiphyteLeafTraits.zip
Description: Leaf trait data of vascular epiphytes as sampled from plants in their natural habitat. This is the original version as used in the publication. The latest version is always in the TRY database.
Geolocation: San Lorenzo Canopy Crane Site, Panama, Latitude: 9°17' N, Longitude: 79°58' W
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: vascular epiphytes (83 species) out of the following families: Araceae, Aspleniaceae, Bromeliaceae, Clusiaceae, Dryopteridaceae, Gesneriaceae, Hymenophyllaceae, Melastomataceae, Orchidaceae, Piperaceae, Polypodiaceae, Pteridaceae, Rubiaceae
Field list: Species, Date, Maturity, Growth_Form, Epiphyte, Climber, Height, LCCmass, delta13C, delta15N, LDMC, LNCmass, Thickness, SLADW, SLAFW, SPAD1, SPAD2, SPAD3

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Title: Functional Traits Trees Golfo Dulce Costa Rica
TRY File Archive ID: 12
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2016-11-07
Version: 1
Author: Eduardo Chacon
Contributors: Eduardo Chacon
Reference to publication: Chacón-Madrigal, E., Wanek, W., Hietz, P., & S. Dullinger. 2018. Traits indicating a conservative resource strategy are weakly related to narrow range size in a group of neotropical trees. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppees.2018.01.003
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.12
Format: Excel
File name: Functional_Traits_Trees_Costa_Rica_Southern_Pacific.xlsx
Description: Leaf area, Leaf thickness, Specific Leaf Area, Leaf dry matter content, Leaf Nitrogen Content, Leaf Phosphorus Content, Wood Specific Gravity, Tree height and Diameter for 346 individuals in 35 tropical trees species and environmental variables: Slope, Crown Light exposition.
Geolocation: Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica; 83°34' W; 8°41' N
Temporal coverage: March 2015-October 2015
Taxonomic coverage: 34 species in the families: Annonaceae, Boraginaceae, Burseraceae, Clusiaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Lauraceae, Melastomataceae, Primulaceae, Rubiaceae, Sapotaceae
Field list: DATO, Family, Genus, Species, CODE_SP, N.ind, UID, LeafID, ID-Leaf, Leaf_area_(cm˛), Leaf_thickness (mm), Specific_Leaf_Area_(cm˛·g?ą), Leaf_dry_matter_content_(mg·g?ą), Leaf_Nitrogen_Content(%), Leaf_Phosphorus_Content(%), Wood_Specific_Gravity, Tree_height_(m), Slope(degrees), Crown_Light_exposition, Diameter(cm), Longitude, Latitude, Observation

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Title: Niwot Trait Data 2016
TRY File Archive ID: 13
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2016-11-09
Version:
Author: Adam Chmurzynski
Contributors: Adam Chmurzynski
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: Excel
File name: Niwot_Trait_Data_20160820.xlsx
Description: Data from a project investigating trait differences among species within and outside of Silene acaulis cushions in the Rocky Mountain Tundra
Geolocation: 100 square meters
Temporal coverage: 2 months
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: SPECIES, REPLICATE, FRESH_mass.g, DRY_mass.g, AREA_cm2, SLA, LDMC, HEIGHT_cm

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Title: Rhododendron leaf and root economic traits
TRY File Archive ID: 14
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2017-05-02
Version: 1
Author: Juliana Medeiros
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Medeiros JS, JH Burns, J Nicholson, L Rogers and O Valverde-Barrantes. 2017. Decoupled leaf and root carbon economics is a key component in the ecological diversity and evolutionary divergence of deciduous and evergreen lineages of genus Rhododendron (Ericaceae). American Journal of Botany. In Press.
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.14
Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel, documentation included
File name: Rhododendron leaf and root economic traits.zip
Description: Specific leaf area, specific root length, specific root tip abundance, root link average length and first order root diameter for 120 plants representing 27 species of Rhododendron collected from two botanical gardens.
Geolocation: 41.61° N, 81.30° W and 47.29° N, 122.30° W
Temporal coverage: June 2014 to June 2015
Taxonomic coverage: Rhododendron
Field list:

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Title: TRY 4.0 – Site Information
TRY File Archive ID: 15
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2017-07-27
Version: 1.0
Author: Gerhard Bönisch, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
Contributors: Jens Kattge, Uli Weber (MPI-BGC, Jena, Germany)
Reference to publication: Dataset: Kattge, J. et al. (2011b) TRY - a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935.
Climate: Hijmans, R.J., S.E. Cameron, J.L. Parra, P.G. Jones and A. Jarvis, 2005. Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25: 1965-1978.
Climate Classes: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Soil: FAO/IIASA/ISRIC/ISSCAS/JRC, 2012. Harmonized World Soil Database (version 1.2). FAO, Rome, Italy and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.
Reference to data package: Kattge, J. et al. (2011) TRY 3.0 – Site Information. Data from: TRY - a global database of plant traits. TRY Downloadable Files Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#6
DOI:
Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010, documentation files pdf, data use agreement pdf
File name: TRY_Site_Climate_Soil_2017-07-27.zip
Description: Climate, soil and biome information for sites in the TRY database:
Climate: WorldClim – Global Climate Data Version 1.4 (release 3): http://www.worldclim.org/ accessed 2011/11/10
Soil: HWSD Harmonized World Soil Database v1.2 http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/LUC/External-World-soil-database/HTML Accessed: 2011/11/10
BIOME: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: Not applicable
Field list: LON_site, LAT_site, ObservationId, TempAnnMean_DegC, PrecipAnnMean_mm, TempMean01, TempMean02, TempMean03, TempMean04, TempMean05, TempMean06, TempMean07, TempMean08, TempMean09, TempMean10, TempMean11, TempMean12, PrecipMean01, PrecipMean02, PrecipMean03, PrecipMean04, PrecipMean05, PrecipMean06, PrecipMean07, PrecipMean08, PrecipMean09, PrecipMean10, PrecipMean11, PrecipMean12, Isothermality, TemperatureSeasonality, KoeppenGeigerID, AWC_mm, S_Clay_%, S_Gravel_%, S_OC_%, S_Sand_%, S_Silt_%, T_Clay_%, T_Gravel_%, T_OC_%, T_Sand_%, T_Silt_%

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Title: fine root traits of 141 Central European grassland species
TRY File Archive ID: 16
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2017-08-15
Version:
Author: Joana Bergmann, Freie Universität Berlin
Contributors: Matthias C. Rillig, Stefan Hempel, Masahiro Ryo (Freie Universität Berlin); Daniel Prati (University of Bern)
Reference to publication: Root traits are more than analogues of leaf traits: the case for diaspore mass Joana Bergmann, Masahiro Ryo, Daniel Prati, Stefan Hempel, Matthias C. Rillig DOI:10.1111/nph.14748
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.16
Format: Excel
File name: grassland roottraits.xlsx
Description: fine root traits of 141 Central European grassland species measured under common conditions in the greenhouse
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: species, ALLO, fineL, RAD, RTD, SRL, SRSA, SRV

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Title: 15 traits of 34 hebaceous species in Sherbrooke
TRY File Archive ID: 17
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2018-01-18
Version:
Author: Li, Yuanzhi
Contributors: Shipley B., Li Y.
Reference to publication: Community divergence and convergence along experimental gradients of stress and disturbance. Ecology (2018). Accepted
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.17
Format: Excel
File name: 15 traits of 34 hebaceous species in Sherbrooke.xlsx
Description: An experimental system consisting of 24 mesocosms along gradients of stress and disturbance were maintained outside at the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada since 2009. Seeds of 30 herbaceous species were mixed and evenly broadcast over the soil surface of each mesocosm at begining. After broadcasting, we allowed natural colonization. In 2015, We grew 5 individuals for each of the 34 most abundant species that have ever appeared in the mesocosms during the years of plant succession. After one growing season, we measured15 functional traits on each grown individual. The mean trait values of 5 individuals for each species were given here. More details of the data and experiiments were given in our paper entitled "Community divergence and convergence along experimental gradients of stress and disturbance.”
Geolocation: Canada
Temporal coverage: 2015
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Species, Vegetative height, Total biomass, Leaf thickness, Leaf area, Leaf dry matter content, Specific leaf area, Leaf carbon concentration, Leaf nitrogen concentration, Maximum photosynthesis rate, Stem specific density, Stem dry matter content, Specific root length, Root biomass, Seed mass, Seed sphericity

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Title: Trait and biomass data 2014 and 2015 of the BE LOW project
TRY File Archive ID: 18
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2018-04-26
Version:
Author: Bruehlheide, Helge
Contributors: Bruehlheide, Helge
Reference to publication: Herz, K., Dietz, S., Haider, S., Jandt, U., Scheel, D. & Bruelheide, H. (2017): Drivers of intraspecific trait variation of grass and forb species in German meadows and pastures. – Journal of Vegetation Science 28: 705–716. Doi: 10.1111/jvs.12534. Herz, K., Dietz, S., Haider, S., Jandt, U., Scheel, D. & Bruelheide, H. (2017): Predicting individual plant performance in grasslands. – Ecology and Evolution 7: 8958–8965. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3393
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.18
Format: Excel
File name: Data harvest BELOW 2014+2015_for TRY_HB.xlsx
Description:
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage: 2014, 2015
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Plot name, Rechtswert, Hochwert, Biodiversity Exploratory, Species short name, Life form, Year of measurement, Week of measurement, Fresh mass roots fraction used for trait analysis, Fresh mass roots scanned fraction, Fresh mass roots fraction used for exudation, Fresh mass roots total, Dry mass roots fraction used for trait analysis, Dry mass roots total, Fresh mass leaves, Fresh mass leaves scanned fraction, Dry mass leaves, Fresh mass shoots, Dry mass shoots, Dry mass aboveground biomass, Fresh mass total biomass, Dry mass total biomass, Dry mass total biomass, Root volume, Leaf area, Root shoot ratio, Specific leaf area, Leaf dry matter concentration, Leaf area ratio, Root mass per volume, Root dry matter concentration, Root carbon concentration, Root nitrogen concentration, Root carbon to nitrogen ratio, Root phosphorus concentration, Root potassium concentration, Root magnesium concentration, Root calcium concentration, Root phosphorus concentration, Root potassium concentration, Root magnesium concentration, Root calcium concentration, Diameter in NS direction, Diameter in EW direction, Plant height, Plant height, Number of leaves, Number of flowers, Leaf carbon concentration predicted from NIRS, Leaf nitrogen concentration predicted from NIRS, Leaf potassium concentration predicted from NIRS, Leaf calcium concentration predicted from NIRS, Leaf magnesium concentration, Leaf dry matter concentration predicted from NIRS

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Title: Yasuni Ecuador Leaf Drought Tolerance and Mechanical Toughness
TRY File Archive ID: 19
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2018-11-12
Version:
Author: McFadden, I.R
Contributors:
Reference to publication: McFadden, I.R., M.K. Bartlett, T. Wiegand, B. Turner, L. Sack, R. Valencia and N.J.B. Kraft. Disentangling the functional trait correlates of spatial aggregation in tropical forest trees. Ecology, accepted
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.19
Format: csv
File name: 95_McFadden_Yasuni_traits_for_TRY_2018.csv
Description: Leaf drought tolerance and leaf mechanical toughness trait measurements for trees growing within the Yasuni CTFS-ForestGEO plot in Yasuni National Park, Eastern Ecuador. Drought tolerance traits, N=80: Leaf osmotic potential (Units: mmol) Leaf turgor loss point (Units: MPa) Mechanical toughness traits, N=454: Leaf force to punch (Units: N/mm) Leaf specific force to punch (Units: N/mm^2)
Geolocation: 25ha (western half) of Yasuni CTFS-ForestGEO tree plot in Yasuni National Park, Eastern Ecuador
Temporal coverage: 2014 - 2016
Taxonomic coverage: Tropical angiosperms
Field list: Species, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Exposition, Maturity, PlantGrowthForm, HealthStatus, LeafForceToPunch, Units_LeafForceToPunch, SamplingDate_LeafForceToPunch, LeafSpecificForceToPunch, Units_LeafSpecificForceToPunch, SamplingDate_LeafSpecificForceToPunch, LeafOsmoticPotential, Units_LeafOsmoticPotential, SamplingDate_LeafOsmoticPotential, LeafTurgorLossPoint, Units_LeafTurgorLossPoint, SamplingDate_LeafTurgorLossPoint

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Title: Simova et al. Journal of Ecology dataset
TRY File Archive ID: 20
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-02-19
Version:
Author: Irena Šímová, Charles University, Center for Theoretical Study, Jilska 1, Praha 1, 11000, Czech Republic
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Šímová, I., Sandel, B., Enquist, B.J., Michaletz, S.T., Kattge, J., Violle, C., McGill, B.J., Blonder, B., Engemann, K., Peet, R.K., Wiser, S.K., Morueta-Holme, N., Boyle, B., Kraft, N.J.B., Svenning, J-C. (2019) The relationship of woody plant size and leaf nutrient content to large-scale productivity for forests across the Americas Journal of Ecology
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: csv in rar
File name: 105_Simova_etal_data.rar
Description: The raster map of maximum plant height and aggregated data frame associated with Šímová et. al. (2019) Journal of Ecology paper entitled "The relationship of woody plant size and leaf nutrient content to large-scale productivity for forests across the Americas"
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: n/a

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Title: Iranian plant traits database
TRY File Archive ID: 21
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-03-15
Version: 1
Author: Mehdi Abedi, Department of Range Management, Faculty of Natural resources, Tarbiat Modares University
Contributors: Khadijeh Bahalkeh, Seyed Vria Hosseini, Zahra Farahani, Hamed Abdoli, Elnaz Zaki
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.21
Format: xlsx in zip archive
File name: IranianTraits.zip
Description: Different plant traits including leaf traits, root traits, plant structure traits, biomass
Geolocation: Iran
Temporal coverage: Iranian plant traits database
Taxonomic coverage: Different families
Field list: n/a

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Title: Yasuni Ecuador Leaf ITV
TRY File Archive ID: 22
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-03-21
Version:
Author: Nathan Kraft, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, 621 Charles E. Young Drive South, Los Angeles CA, United States
Contributors:
Reference to publication: C. Fortunel, I.R. McFadden, R. Valencia & N.J.B. Kraft. 2019. Neither species geographic range size, climatic envelope nor intraspecific leaf trait variability capture habitat specialization in a hyperdiverse Amazonian forest. Biotropica. in press
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.22
Format: csv
File name: 108_Kraft_McFadden_Yasuni_ITV_for_TRY_2019.csv
Description: Specific leaf area and leaf area trait measurements for trees growing within the Yasuni CTFS-ForestGEO plot in Yasuni National Park, Eastern Ecuador. The goal was to compare ITV in these traits in habitat specialists and generalists in the plot. Reference: C. Fortunel, I.R. McFadden, R. Valencia & N.J.B. Kraft. 2019. Neither species geographic range size, climatic envelope nor intraspecific leaf trait variability capture habitat specialization in a hyperdiverse Amazonian forest. Biotropica. in press
Geolocation: 25ha (western half) of Yasuni CTFS-ForestGEO tree plot in Yasuni National Park, Eastern Ecuador
Temporal coverage: August 2013
Taxonomic coverage: Tropical angiosperms
Field list: Species, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Exposition, Maturity, PlantGrowthForm, SpecificLeafArea, Units_SpecificLeafArea, SamplingDate_SpecificLeafArea, LeafArea, Units_LeafArea, SamplingDate_LeafArea

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Title: TRY Primary Data Source References
TRY File Archive ID: 23
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-03-21
Version: 1
Author: Jens Kattge
Contributors: Walther G., Kattge J., Boenisch G.
Reference to publication: Walther G., Kattge J., Boenisch G. (2019) References to primary data sources in the TRY Database.
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: text and xlsx
File name: TRY_primary_data_source_references_2019_03_01.zip
Description: The TRY Database (https://www.try-db.org, Kattge et al. 2011 GCB) contains plant trait data from several integrated databases, e.g. GLOPNET (http://bio.mq.edu.au/~iwright/glopian.htm), LEDA (https://uol.de/en/landeco/research/leda/), BIOLFLOR (https://www.ufz.de/biolflor/index.jsp) or the Seed Information Database - SID (http://data.kew.org/sid/). Each of these databases provides data from many original sources. The references to the original sources are usually provided, but often in a very condensed and not standardized format. This file contains a consolidated version of these references and the IDs to link the consolidated references to the data in the TRY database. Consider this as a working file, as for now it provides the consolidated original references up to TRY version 4.0. The references will be extended and improved in the future to cover the additional original references in later versions of the TRY database and in a more formalized format.
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: n/a

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Title: TRY 5.0 – Site Information
TRY File Archive ID: 24
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2017-07-26
Version: 1.0
Author: Gerhard Bönisch, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany
Contributors: Jens Kattge, Uli Weber (MPI-BGC, Jena, Germany)
Reference to publication: Dataset: Kattge, J. et al. (2011b) TRY - a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17:2905-2935.
Climate: Hijmans, R.J., S.E. Cameron, J.L. Parra, P.G. Jones and A. Jarvis, 2005. Very high resolution interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas. International Journal of Climatology 25: 1965-1978.
Climate Classes: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Soil: FAO/IIASA/ISRIC/ISSCAS/JRC, 2012. Harmonized World Soil Database (version 1.2). FAO, Rome, Italy and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.
Reference to data package: Kattge, J. et al. (2011) TRY 3.0 – Site Information. Data from: TRY - a global database of plant traits. TRY Downloadable Files Archive https://www.try-db.org/TryWeb/Data.php#6
DOI:
Format: Zipped archive: data file Excel 2010 and txt, documentation files pdf, data use agreement pdf
File name: TRY_5_Site_Climate_Soil_2019-03-25.zip
Description: Climate, soil and biome information for sites in the TRY database:
Climate: WorldClim – Global Climate Data Version 1.4 (release 3): http://www.worldclim.org/ accessed 2011/11/10
Soil: HWSD Harmonized World Soil Database v1.2 http://www.iiasa.ac.at/Research/LUC/External-World-soil-database/HTML Accessed: 2011/11/10
BIOME: M. C. Peel, B. L. Finlayson, and T. A. McMahon (2007) Updated world map of the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 11, 1633–1644
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: Not applicable
Field list: LON_site, LAT_site, ObservationId, TempAnnMean_DegC, PrecipAnnMean_mm, TempMean01, TempMean02, TempMean03, TempMean04, TempMean05, TempMean06, TempMean07, TempMean08, TempMean09, TempMean10, TempMean11, TempMean12, PrecipMean01, PrecipMean02, PrecipMean03, PrecipMean04, PrecipMean05, PrecipMean06, PrecipMean07, PrecipMean08, PrecipMean09, PrecipMean10, PrecipMean11, PrecipMean12, Isothermality, TemperatureSeasonality, KoeppenGeigerID, AWC_mm, S_Clay_%, S_Gravel_%, S_OC_%, S_Sand_%, S_Silt_%, T_Clay_%, T_Gravel_%, T_OC_%, T_Sand_%, T_Silt_%

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Title: TRY Database version 5.0: z-scores for outlier detection
TRY File Archive ID: 25
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-03-26
Version:
Author: Jens Kattge, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Hans Knöll Str. 10, 07745 Jena, Germany
Contributors: Jens Kattge, Gerhard Boenisch
Reference to publication: Kattge J., Boenisch G. (2019) TRY Database version 5.0: z-scores for outlier detection
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: Tab delimited text in zip archive
File name: TRY5_OutlierDetection.zip
Description: In the context of data curation to generate a new version of the TRY database, the units of numerical traits with more than 1000 records are standardized, obvious errors are corrected, and duplicates and outliers are flagged.
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: ObsDataID, OlSpCount, OlSp, OlGeCount, OlGe, OlFaCount, OlFa, OlAllCount, OlAll, OlGwCount, OlGw

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Title: Functional trait data Colombian dry Forest trees
TRY File Archive ID: 26
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-04-04
Version:
Author: Evert Thomas
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Thomas, E, Carolina Alcazar, Luis Gonzalo Moscoso H., Luis Fernando Osorio, Beatriz Salgado, Mailyn Gonzalez, Mauricio Parra, Michele Bozzano, Judy Loo, Riina Jalonen, Wilson Ramirez (2017) The importance of species selection and seed sourcing in forest restoration for enhancing adaptive potential to climate change: Colombian tropical dry forest as a model, CBD Technical series 89:122-134
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: Tab delimited text
File name: 120_Functional trait data Colombian dry forest trees.csv
Description: leaf, wood and architecture traits of 765 individuals of 11 tree species sampled at >15 sites across seasonally dry topical forest species in Colombia. Soil sample data is also available on request
Geolocation: Colombian seasonally dry forest (country-wide)
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: x, y, Municipality, collection data, BioRegion, Site, species, individualnumberpersite, ColectionNumber, NumberSoilSample, DBH.cm., Canopy.d1.m., Canopy.d2..m., TotalHeight, HeightFirstbranch, Leafsample, leaffreshweight_g, leafdryweight_g, Foliararea_cm2, petiolearea, vol_core_cm3, dryweight_core_g, wooddensity_core_g/cm3, vol_branch_cm3, dryweight_branch_g, wooddensity_branch

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Title: Functional trait data Colombian dry Forest trees
TRY File Archive ID: 27
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-04-04
Version:
Author: Evert Thomas
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Thomas, E, Carolina Alcazar, Luis Gonzalo Moscoso H., Luis Fernando Osorio, Beatriz Salgado, Mailyn Gonzalez, Mauricio Parra, Michele Bozzano, Judy Loo, Riina Jalonen, Wilson Ramirez (2017) The importance of species selection and seed sourcing in forest restoration for enhancing adaptive potential to climate change: Colombian tropical dry forest as a model, CBD Technical series 89:122-134
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: Tab delimited text
File name: 126_Functional trait data Colombian dry forest trees.csv
Description: leaf, wood and architecture traits of 765 individuals of 11 tree species sampled at >15 sites across seasonally dry topical forest species in Colombia. Soil sample data is also available on request
Geolocation: Colombian seasonally dry forest (country-wide)
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: x, y, Municipality, collection data, BioRegion, Site, species, individualnumberpersite, ColectionNumber, NumberSoilSample, DBH.cm., Canopy.d1.m., Canopy.d2..m., TotalHeight, HeightFirstbranch, Leafsample, leaffreshweight_g, leafdryweight_g, Foliararea_cm2, petiolearea, vol_core_cm3, dryweight_core_g, wooddensity_core_g/cm3, vol_branch_cm3, dryweight_branch_g, wooddensity_branch

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Title: Lariz Occidentalis branch section specific leaf area and dry mass
TRY File Archive ID: 28
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-04-04
Version:
Author: Andrew Nelson, 75 Perimeter Dr. MS 1133, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho 83844-1133
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Williams, G.M. and Nelson, A.S. 2018. Spatial variation in specific leaf area and horizontal distribution of leaf area in juvenile western larch (Larix occidentalis Nutt.). Trees – Structure and Function. 32(6): 1621-1631. DOI: 10.1007/s00468-018-1738-4
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.28
Format: xlsx
File name: 131_horzladata_TRYdatabase.xlsx
Description: Dataset contains specific leaf area, foliage dry mass, and woody branch dry mass for 10 cm horizontal sections of branches sampled on juvenile Larix occidentalis trees in Idaho. Branches were randomly selected throughout the crown of each tree and also represent a vertical gradient from the bottom to the top of the living crown. Additional metrics of branch diameter, branch length, radial quadrat of the branch connection from the main stem, stem diameter and height are included
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage: 2016
Taxonomic coverage: Larix
Field list: Date, Species, Site Name, Lat, Long, Exposition, Maturity, Approximate Age (yrs), Health, Tree Number, Diamter at breast height (1.37 m from the ground; cm), Stem base diameter (15 cm from the ground; cm), Dimatere at the base of the live crown (cm), Total tree height (cm), Length of the live crown (cm), Branch Radial quadrat, Vertical length from tree base to branch junction (cm), Branch diameter (5 cm from junction with main stem; mm), Total branch length (cm), Branch length to start of foliage (cm), Brach hoizontal distance to start of branch section (cm), Specific leaf area (cm2/g), Foliage dry mass (g), Woody dry mass (g)

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Title: Plant traits along NPK gradients
TRY File Archive ID: 29
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-05-09
Version:
Author: Dr. Vanessa Minden, Landscape Ecology Group, Insitute of Biology and Envrionmental Sciences, University of Oldenburg, D-26126 Oldenburg, Germany
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Minden V, olde Venterink H (2019) Plant traits and species interactions along gradients of N, P and K availabilities. Functional Ecology, status 04-30-2019: manuscript accepted
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.29
Format: xlsx
File name: 164_TRY Database - NPK Experiment.xlsx
Description:
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: lfd, Species , Exposition, Maturity, Plant Growth Form, Life Span, Start experiment, End experiment, Treatment: Nutrient type, Treatment: Supply Rate, Treatment: Competition, Pots, Total Biomass, Relative Grwoth Rate of Total Biomass, % dead leaves, Root Mass Ratio, Total Root Length, Specific Root Length, Root Branching Index, Root Tissue Density, Diameter, Area, Root phosphomonoesterase activity (PME activity), Specific Leaf Area, Chlorophyll

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Title: Thermo-Mediterranean species along Greece
TRY File Archive ID: 30
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-03
Version:
Author: Chrysanthi Michelaki, Biodiversity Conservation Laboratory, Department of Environment, University of the Aegean, 81100, Mytilene, Lesbos, Greece
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Chrysanthi Michelaki, Nikolaos M. Fyllas, Alexandros Galanidis, Maria Aloupi, Eleftherios Evangelou, Margarita Arianoutsou, Panayiotis G. Dimitrakopoulos, 2019, An integrated phenotypic trait-network in thermo-Mediterranean vegetation describing alternative, coexisting resource-use strategies, Science of The Total Environment, Volume 672, Pages 583-592, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.030.
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.030
Format: xlsx
File name: 184_Michelaki-Mediterranean.xlsx
Description: Eleven plant functional traits, reflecting whole-plant economics (e.g. construction costs, hydraulics, defences, water storage capacity) from individuals of nine, dominant, lowland, thermo-Mediterranean species with contrasting life history strategies across a range of environmental conditions along Greece
Geolocation: Greece
Temporal coverage: Growing season (May to June)
Taxonomic coverage: thermo-Mediterranean species
Field list: Species, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Aspect, Slope, HeatLoad, WHC, sand, clay, silt, SOM, SNC, SPC, SKC, SMgC, pH, EC, Sampling.Date, Exposition, Maturity, Plant Growth Form, Health status, SLA, LDMC, LeafThickness, LeafN, LeafP, LeafC, LeafArea, LeafWidth, LeafLength, LeafArea:BasalArea, XylemDensity, Leaflets-per-Leaf, SLeafletA, LeafletDMC, LeafletArea, LeafletWidth, LeafletLength, LeafletArea:BasalArea

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Title: Functional traits related to flammability
TRY File Archive ID: 31
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-04
Version:
Author: anacaro.santacruz@gmail.com
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Dataser owner: Ana Carolina Santacruz-García (1) Sandra Bravo (2) (1) Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas CONICET and Instituto de Silvicultura y Manejo de Bosques –INSIMA. Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero –UNSE. Belgrano 1912, Santiago del Estero (Capital), Argentina. anacaro.santacruz@gmail.com. Tel: +54 9 385 474 4264. Corresponding author. (2) Instituto de Silvicultura y Manejo de Bosques –INSIMA. Universidad Nacional de Santiago del Estero –UNSE. Belgrano 1912, Santiago del Estero (Capital), Argentina. sandrabrav@gmail.com This dataset has not been published yet, but in a future, it will be published. Functional traits measured are related to flammability (SLA,LA,Foliar water content, Leaf litter, Volatile compound contents, foliar persistence and Growth habit. Mature and healthy individual plants of each species were randomly sampled in each site.
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 188_Matriz RF Totales 2017_Marzo S2.xlsx
Description:
Geolocation: Semiarid Chaco Region (Santiago del Estero, Argentina)
Temporal coverage: 2017: Beginning and ending of fire season (May and October, respectively); Beginning and ending of rainy season (December and March, respectively)
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Spp, Mes, Mes #, Repetición (Sitio), # ind, Altura total (m), Alt min. Canop (m), Perímetro (cm), DAP, AF, AFE, CAF (gH2O/ghoja), Hojarasca, Volátiles, GI, Ramas muertas (%), Ramas muertas (Categoría), Fenología foliar, Forma de crecimiento

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Title: MediterraneanRoadcutTraitData
TRY File Archive ID: 32
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-06-06
Version:
Author: Valerie Raevel, 241 rue de verdun 80000 Amiens, France
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Raevel, V., Violle, C., & Munoz, F. (2012). Mechanisms of ecological succession: insights from plant functional strategies. Oikos, 121(11): 1761–1770. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20261.x Raevel, V., Munoz, F., Pons, V., Renaux, A., Martin, A., & Thompson, J.D. (2013). Changing assembly processes during a primary succession of plant communities on Mediterranean roadcuts. Journal of Plant Ecology, 6(1):19-28. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpe/rts011
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 189_MediterraneanRoadcutTraitData.zip
Description: Primary succession on mediterranean vertical outcrops after roadcut,Montpellier district, France
Geolocation: Montpellier district, France
Temporal coverage: 2008-2009
Taxonomic coverage: Vascular Plants
Field list: TaxCode, TaxName, Authorities, ScientificName, Family, Rank, H, SLA, LDMC, SM, FS, DM, LS, LF

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Title: Herbaceous leaf traits database from Mediterranean serpentine and non-serpentine soils
TRY File Archive ID: 33
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-13
Version:
Author: George C. Adamidis, 1) Biodiversity Conservation Laboratory, Department of Environment, University of the Aegean, 81100, Mytilene, Lesbos, Greece. 2) Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern, Baltzerstrasse 6, 3012, Bern, Switzerland.
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Adamidis GC, Kazakou E, Fyllas NM, Dimitrakopoulos PG (2014) Species adaptive strategies and leaf economic relationships across serpentine and non-serpentine habitats on lesbos, eastern Mediterranean. PLoS One 9:e96034. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096034
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: zipped xlsx
File name: 198_Herbaceous leaf traits database from Mediterranean serpentine and non-serpentine soils.zip
Description: 6 core "leaf economic" functional traits, from 17 dominant herbaceous Mediterranean species, presenting contrasting adaptive strategies across serpentine and non-serpentine habitats on Lesbos Island, Greece.
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage: May-June 2008
Taxonomic coverage: Mediterranean herbaceous species
Field list: File1: Species, Family, Latitude (N), Longitude (E), Altitude (masl), Orientation, Slope (%), Exposistion, Substrate, Maturity, Plant growth form, Individual, Leaf length (cm), Leaf width (cm), LDMC (mg g-1), SLA (m2 kg-1); File2: Species, Family, Latitude (N), Longitude (E), Altitude (masl), Orientation, Slope (%), Exposistion, Substrate, Maturity, Plant growth form, Replicate, LNC(%), LCC(%), Comments/Methods

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Title: Moravcova-Pysek Reproductive traits of neophyte in the Czech Republic
TRY File Archive ID: 34
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-25
Version:
Author: Lenka Moravcova, Institute of Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Pruhonice, Zamek 1, 252 43
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Moravcová L., Pyšek P., Jarošík V., Havlí?ková V. & Zákravský P. (2010): Reproductive characteristics of neophytes in the Czech Republic: traits of invasive and non-invasive species. – Preslia 82: 365–390. [PDF]
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 223_Moravcova_Pysek _Reproductive characteristics of Neophyte in the Czech Republic.xlsx
Description: Measured reproductive traits of plant neophyte species in the Czech Republic
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Species, Family, Life history, Invasive, Propagule, Loc no, Plant propagule number (per shoot), Population propagule number (per m2), n (Propagule measures), Propagule length (mm), Propagule width (mm), Propagule length with pappus, Propagule lenght/weight ratio, n (Propagule weight), Weight of 25 propagules (g), n (Buoyancy), Buoyancy (Ft100, hrs), n (Epizoochory), Epizoochory (%, range), n (Anemochory: terminal velocity), Anemochory: terminal velocity (m/s), n (Germination, Total Germination (%, mean, range), Seedling RGR (g.g-1.day-1, mean±95% c.i.), n (Seedling establishment), Seedling establishment: (%, mean, range)

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Title: Arable weed trait data set
TRY File Archive ID: 35
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-25
Version:
Author: Jana Bürger, University of Rostock, Chair of Crop Health, Satower Straße 48, D-18057 Rostock
Contributors:
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.35
Format: zipped xlsx
File name: 230_Arable_Weed_Traits.zip
Description: The data set is a collection of seed and plant traits of arable weed species common in Northern Germany. The measurements mostly took place at the University of Rostock. The plant traits were measured in four different experiments. Two climate chamber experiments were targeted at germination. Early growth was monitored in a green house experiment. Growth and sensitivity to competition for light were analysed with a garden plot experiment
Geolocation: North-Eastern Germany
Temporal coverage: 2016-2018
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: various sheets in multiple files

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Title: JenaExperimentTraits
TRY File Archive ID: 36
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-06-27
Version:
Author: Christiane Roscher
Contributors: Christiane Roscher christiane.roscher@ufz.de UFZ, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Physiological Diversity, Leipzig, Germany; and iDiv, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research Halle-Jena-Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany; Annett Lipowsky A.Lipowsky@IAB-Weimar.de Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies and Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; and Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany; Marlén Gubsch mgubsch@gmail.com Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Nina Buchmann nina.buchmann@usys.ethz.ch Institute of Agricultural Sciences, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Ernst-Detlef Schulze dschulze@bgc-jena.mpg.de Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Germany; Bernhard Schmid bernhard.schmid@ieu.uzh.ch Department of Geography, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Reference to publication: for grasses: Gubsch M, Buchmann N, Schmid B, Schulze E-D, Lipowsky A, Roscher C (2011) Differential effects of plant diversity on functional trait variation of grass species. Annals of Botany 107, 157-169. For herbs: Lipowsky A, Roscher C, Schumacher J, Michalski SG, Gubsch M, Buchmann N, Schulze E-D, Schmid B (2015) Plasticity of functional traits of forb species in response to biodiversity. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 17, 66-77. For legumes: Roscher C, Schmid B, Buchmann N, Weigelt A, Schulze E-D (2011) Legume species differ in the responses of their functional traits to plant diversity. Oecologia 165, 437-452. All species: Roscher C, Schumacher J, Lipowsky A, Gubsch M, Weigelt A, Schmid B, Buchmann N, Schulze E-D (2018) Functional groups differ in trait means, but not in trait plasticity to species richness in local grassland communities. Ecology 99, 2295-2307.
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.36
Format: zipped xlsx
File name: 234_JenaExperimentTraits.zip
Description: Description of sampling and measurements Single shoots were the basic unit for all measurements. Samples were taken at peak biomass before first mowing (late May) and second mowing (late August) of the experimental grasslands. Several shoots per species and plot of the biodiversity experiment were randomly selected along a line transect, excluding the outer 50 cm from the plot margin. To avoid sampling from a single genet twice, the minimum distance between sampled modules was at least 50 cm. Vegetative and reproductive shoots were sampled in cases when shoots of different developmental stages were available. In the field, module height and rosette diameter were measured (if applicable). Shoots were cut off at ground-level, put in sealed plastic bags to prevent dehydration and transported in a cool box into the laboratory. In the laboratory, stretched total module length, length of the main axis, length of up to six internodes, length of three leaves in the upper shoot part (to derive maximum leaf length and average leaf length) and stem diameter were measured and the number of secondary axes per shoot was counted (first order and higher-order axes). A leaf area meter (LI-3100 Area Meter or LI-3000C Area Meter equipped with LI3050C transparent belt conveyor accessory, Li-COR, Lincoln, NE, USA) was used to determine the length and area of three to four fully developed leaf blades per module. Plant material was separated into leaf blades including petioles in case of forbs, supporting tissue (leaf sheaths in case of grasses and stems; later referred to as stems), inflorescences and dead tissue, dried for 48 h at 70°C and weighed. For subsequent chemical analyses, the samples of each species were pooled per plot of the biodiversity experiment and season and ground to a fine powder. Nitrogen concentrations as well as nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios (?15N and ?13C, respectively) were determined from the measured leaf blades with an isotope-ratio mass spectrometer (IRMS, Finnegan MAT Delta plus XP or Delta C prototype IRMS, Bremen, Germany). Sample ratios of 15N/14N were expressed relative to that of atmospheric N2 as international standard, and sample ratios of 13C/12C were expressed relative to that of the Vienna Pee Dee Belemnite (VPDB) international standard. Values are given in per-mill relative to the standards. The residual plant material was analyzed for nitrogen and carbon concentrations with an elemental analyzer (Flash EA 1112, Thermo Italy, Rhodano, Italy; or Vario EL Element Analyzer, Elementar, Hanau, Germany) to assess total shoot nitrogen and carbon concentrations per shoot.
Geolocation: Jena Experiment; Thuringia, Germany; 50°55` N, 11°35` E, 130 m a.s.l.
Temporal coverage: 2006-2009
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: File1: Species, Stage, Day, Month, Year, Exposition, Shoot.Height, Shoot.Length, Length.Stolon, no.Internode.Stolon, Length.Internode.max.Stolon, Diameter.Rosette, Diameter.Axis.Shoot, Length.Infl, Length.Internode.max.Shoot, no.SecAx.FirstOrder, no.SecAx.tot, Length.Leaf.max, SLA, SMF; File2: Species, Stage, Day, Month, Year, Exposition, d15N.Leaf, d13C.Leaf, N.Leaf, C.Leaf, N.Shoot, C.Shoot

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Title: Mediterranean mixed forest
TRY File Archive ID: 37
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-06-27
Version: 1.0
Author: A.J. Perea-Martos
Contributors:
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 237_MediterraneanMixedForest.xlsx
Description: This data set has records of 39 species of woody plants in two Mediterranean mixed forests of pines and oaks. A total of 16 morphometric and nutritional traits have been registered for approximately 10 adults and 20 saplings of each species
Geolocation: Southwestern of Iberian Peninsula
Temporal coverage: Spring-Summer
Taxonomic coverage: Mediterranean woody plant species
Field list: PLACE, Species, Maturity, Recruitment place, Height, Equivalent basal diameter (EBD), Basal Area, Cannopy Area, Canopy Volume, Leaf fresh weight (LFW), Leaf length, Leaf area, Leaf dry matter content LDMC, SLA, Leaf water content (LWC), Spinescence, Leaf Nitrogen, Leaf Carbon, C/N ratio, Leaf Hydrogen

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Title: Plant height of Mediterranean herb layer communities, Sardinia, Italy
TRY File Archive ID: 46
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version: 1
Author: Erika Bazzato, University of Cagliari, Italy, erika.bazzato@hotmail.it
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Bazzato et al., in prep.
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.46
Format: xls, doc in zip
File name: 301_Traits_Bazzato_UNICA.rar
Description: Names of the traits: Plant height Short description: The dataset includes species name, coordinates, elevation, exposition, maturity, health status, measures of individuals per species. Units: Plant height (H1-H10) of individuals per species in cm; latitu
Geolocation: South Sardinia, Italy
Temporal coverage: Current
Taxonomic coverage: terrestrial vascular plants
Field list: SPECIES, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Exposition, Maturity, Health status , H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6, H7, H8, H9, H10

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Title: Pinus_traits_Beloiu_Beierkuhnlein_06_2019
TRY File Archive ID: 45
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Mirela Beloiu mirela.beloiu@uni-bayreuth.de, Carl Beierkuhnlein carl.beierkuhnlein@uni-bayreuth.de
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Unpublished: Pinus traits, Beloiu, M., Beierkuhnlein, C. 2019
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx, docx, pdf in zip
File name: 278_Pinus_traits_Beloiu_Beierkuhnlein_06_2019.zip
Description: The Pinus traits database contains 28 traits of all Pinus species that have been included in the plant list (113 species). The file contains the Excel spreadsheet with the data and a PDF with the description of the data set.
Geolocation: Global
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage: Pinus Genus
Field list: Species, Author, Year, Subgenus, Dispersal, Height_max_m, DBH_cm, Needle_0_mean, Needle_Lcm_min, Needle_Lcm_max, Needle_Wmm_min, Needle_Wmm_max, Needle_age_max, Cone_Lcm_min, Cone_Lcm_max, Cone_Wcm_min, Cone_Wcm_max, Seed_Lmm_min, Seed_Lmm_max, Seed_Wmm_min, Seed_Wmm_max, Seed_wing_Lmm_min, Seed_wing_Lmm_max, Seed_wing_Wmm_min, Seed_wing_Wmm_max, Cones_Ser, Grass_stage, Fire_Res, Cladoptosis, Thick_bark

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Title: Fagus sylvatica Paggeo Greece
TRY File Archive ID: 43
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Aristotelis C. Papageorgiou apapage@mbg.duth.gr, Ioannis Tsiripidis tsiripid@bio.auth.gr
Contributors: Ioannis Tsiripidis
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 269_Fagus_Paggeo_TRY.xlsx
Description: This data file includes leaf morphological measurements on leaves harvested from 80 beech trees on four different plant groups of 20 trees, with different altitude or ecological characteristics (substrate, plant community, aspect). Leaves were harvested f
Geolocation: Mt. Paggeo, NE Greece
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage: Fagus sylvatica
Field list: Species, Area, Country, Tree, Latitute, Longitude, Altitude, Sampling Date, Exposition, Maturity, Plant Growth Form, Substrate, Plant Community, Aspect_D, Aspect, Shading, Petiole, Length, Width, LMW, Veins, AreaBox, Radiusmax, Radiusmin, Perimeter, RadiusRatio, LI, MWI, PI

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Title: BolivianBofedalTraitData
TRY File Archive ID: 44
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version: 1
Author: Valerie Raevel vraevel@gmail.com
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Raevel, V., Anthelme, F., Meneses, R. I., & Munoz, F. (2018). Cushion-plant protection determines guild-dependent plant strategies in high-elevation peatlands of the Cordillera Real, Bolivian Andes. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: csv, xls in zip
File name: 272_BolivianBofedalTraitData.zip
Description: Traits measurement, subordinate plants living in two kinds of giant cushion-plants (Distichia muscoides and Oxychloe andina) of high-Andean peatlands in Bolivia.
Geolocation: Huayana Potosi valley in the Cordillera Real mountain range close to La Paz, Bolivian Andes
Temporal coverage: April 2015
Taxonomic coverage: Flowering plants
Field list: Family, SpeciesName, Authors, DominantCushion, FonctioFlGroup, H, LDMC, LW, NB.Leaves

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Title: sub-Antarctic_tundra_FT
TRY File Archive ID: 42
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Stephni van der Merwe
Contributors:
Reference to publication: van der Merwe S., Greve, M., Olivier, B. & le Roux, P.C. 2019. The role of facilitation in functional trait expression: testing the generality in two contrasting systems. in prep
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx in zip
File name: 265_Marion_Island_SVDM_PCLR.zip
Description: none
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Dataset owner, Study site, Area, Date and time, Biome, Species, On/off cushion, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Maturity, Height (cm), Lateral (cm), Veg_cover (cm), Veg_height (cm), Wet weight (g), Width (mm), Thickness (mm), Chlorophyll (mg. m2), Dry weight (mg), LDMC (mg.g-1), Penetrometer (N), LA (mm2), SLA (mm2 mg -1)

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Title: Terrestrial Mediterranean Orchids Functional Traits
TRY File Archive ID: 38
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Michele Lussu michelelussu86@gmail.com
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Lussu 2019. Terrestrial Mediterranean Orchid Functional Traits.
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 251_Lussu_2019_Orchids_traits.xlsx
Description: Traits included are related with leaf, plant, floral, ecological and chorological traits of 14 widespread European orchid species.
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage: Orchidaceae
Field list: Subfamily, Genus, Species, Chorotype, Sample, Plant heigh, First flower heigh, Inflorescence, Flowers, Floral density, Fruits, LFW (g), LDW (g), LA (cm2), W, LDMC, SLA (cm2/g), Coordinates, Fertilization, Light preference, Pollinators number, Maturity, Sampling date

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Title: CONCERNING SOME ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF TREE LEAVES IN FOREST-STEPPE PLANTINGS.Tree and shrub
TRY File Archive ID: 39
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Kavelenova Lyudmila, Yankov Nikolay
Contributors:
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xls in rar
File name: 258_Yankov N.V.rar
Description: none
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Species, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Sampling Date, Exposition, Maturity, Plant Growth Form, LMA

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Title: Div_Resource Pot Experiment
TRY File Archive ID: 40
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Alrun Siebenkäs, siebenkaes.a@gmail.com, Christiane Roscher, christiane.roscher@ufz.de
Contributors:
Reference to publication: Div_Resource Pot Experiment Bad Lauchstaedt
Reference to data package:
DOI: 10.17871/TRY.40
Format: xlsx
File name: 262_Traitdata_Div_Resource_2011.xlsx
Description: none
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Species, Sampling Date, Exposition, Shade, Nutrient, GS, FG, SLA, LDMC, LNC, SNC, gs, LeafG, LMF, SNC, SCC, Height, LAR, RSR, RNC, RCC, SRL, RLD, RD

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Title: Montane_grassland_FT
TRY File Archive ID: 41
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author: Stephni van der Merwe
Contributors:
Reference to publication: van der Merwe S., Greve, M., Olivier, B. & le Roux, P.C. 2019. The role of facilitation in functional trait expression: testing the generality in two contrasting systems. in prep
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx in zip
File name: 264_Golden_Gate_TRY_SVDM_PCLR.zip
Description: none
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Dataset owner, Study site, Date and time, Biome, Species, On/Off cushion, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Maturity, Height, Lateral, Leaf thickness (mm), Wet Weight(g), Dry Weight (g), Dry Weight (mg), LDMC (mg/g), Chlorophyll (mg/m2), Penetrometer (N), LA (mm2), SLA (mm2/mg)

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Title: Iranian Marl database
TRY File Archive ID: 47
Rights of use: Public,
Publication Date: 2019-07-10
Version:
Author:
Contributors:
Reference to publication:
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx in zip
File name: 309_Final file.rar
Description: Data base of Marl habitats including gypsum, serpentine and calcareous soils in Iran which contain rare and endemic species in Iran
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Site, Species, Leaf fresh mass (g), Thickness (mm), Leaf dry mass(g), Leaf area (cm2), Leaf length(cm), SLA (cm2/g), LDMC (g/g), Sites, Habitat, Latitute, Longitute, Altitute, Disturbance, Sampling date

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Title: Fabio Carvalho lowland fen peatland
TRY File Archive ID: 48
Rights of use: Restricted,
Publication Date: 2019-07-24
Version:
Author: Fabio Carvalho, 3 Blades Street, Lancaster, LA1 1TT, UK
Contributors: Fabio da Silva, Kerry Brown, Arnoud Boom, Martyn Waller
Reference to publication: Carvalho F, Brown KA, Waller MP, Bunting MJ, Boom A, Leng MJ (2019) A method for reconstructing temporal changes in vegetation functional trait composition using Holocene pollen assemblages. PLoS ONE 14(5): e0216698. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216698 Carvalho, F, Brown, KA, Waller, MP, Boom, A (2019) Leaf traits interact with management and water table to modulate ecosystem properties in fen peatlands. Plant and Soil. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-019-04126-6 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-019-04126-6
Reference to data package:
DOI:
Format: xlsx
File name: 313_Fabio Carvalho lowland fen peatland.xlsx
Description: Leaf traits measured from vascular plants from two lowland fen peatlands in East Anglia, UK in 2013 and 2014
Geolocation:
Temporal coverage:
Taxonomic coverage:
Field list: Species, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude (m asl), Sampling Date, Exposition, Maturity, Plant Growth Form, Total number of specimens sampled, Total number of leaves sampled, Petiole area, Petiole dry mass, Leaf lamina dry mass, Leaf lamina dry mass to petiole dry mass ratio, Leaf dry mass, Leaf area, Specific leaf area (SLA), Leaf mass per area (LMA), Leaf dry-matter content (LDMC), Leaf carbon concentration, Leaf nitrogen concentration, Leaf C/N ratio, Leaf ?13C, Leaf ?15N, Comments, Methods

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