The Missouri Botanic Garden has recently made available forest transect data collected from sites around the world by the late Alwyn H. Gentry. As part of a project developed to "ensure that Gentry's ecological data receive maximum use and are readily available to the biological research community," an electronic version of the entire data set (226 transects total) is accessible through this Web site, free of charge. Users must submit an access request Web form each time they retrieve data files, but this takes only a moment. Users may then (1) browse individual transects (organized alphabetically by taxon), (2) download data for individual transects into Excel, and/or (3) download entire data set as a Text or Excel file.
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