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  • Data include four charcoal concentration datasets derived from radiocarbon-dated lake sediments in the Brazilian Pantanal, from which regional fire histories can be inferred over the last few millennia. Each dataset provides raw counts of charcoal fragments > 125 um calculated per cubic centimetre of sediment. Samples measuring 0.5 to 1.5 cc were analysed at each 1-cm depth. Contained within each data sheet are radiocarbon dates for several horizons in the lake sediment for the derivation of age-depth models for a chronological framework for each record. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • The dataset contains information of Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) of 8,729 trees. These trees are distributed in 29 RAINFOR network forest plots across the Brazilian Amazon, comprising the states of Acre, Mato Grosso and Pará. All the plot censuses are located in terra-firme non-flooded lowland forests. The measurements were collected between 2017 and 2019. The Amazon Forest Inventory Network is a long-term, international collaboration to understand the dynamics of Amazon ecosystems. Since 2000 they have developed a framework for systematic monitoring of forests from the ground-up, centred on plots that track the fate of trees and species, and includes soil and plant biogeochemical records, as well as intensive monitoring of carbon cycle processes at some sites. RAINFOR works with partners across the nations of Amazonia to support and sustain forest monitoring and help develop new generations of Amazon ecologists. The work of RAINFOR is currently supported by funding agencies in Brazil, the UK, and the EU. Full details about this dataset can be found at