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Data and code for: Carbonservation with demonstrated biodiversity and carbon gains: Carbon can pay but biodiversity must lead

Data were generated using the FullCAM carbon accounting model, version
Richards, G. P. & Evans, D. M. W. Development of a carbon accounting model (FullCAM Vers. 1.0) for the Australian continent. Australian Forestry 67, 277-283, doi:10.1080/00049158.2004.10674947 (2004).
These data were used to model carbon sequestration from restoration of temperate woodland in the eastern Mt Lofty Ranges South Australia. R code used to analyze the data are also included.
The methodology for this dataset is outlined in the article "Bond AJ, O'Connor PJ, Cavagnaro, TR () Carbon can pay the way for biodiversity conservation"
The files are named firstly with the numbers 1-12 to identify study site. The next part of the file name identifies the scenario modeled with 1, 2, 3 indicating vegetation age (last wildfire or clearance in 1983, 1955, 1939 respectively) and a,b,c indicating degradation rate as a proportion of standard growth rate (0.75,0.5,0.25 respectively) and the final part of the file name c indicating the presence of modeled vegetation recovery.


Scholarship from the School of Agriculture Food and Wine, The University of Adelaide

Supplementary scholarship from the South Australian Department for the Environment and Water

Australia Awards Endeavour Research Fellowship