Forest disturbance in a changing world

Data from: Seidl, R., Donato, D.C., Raffa, K.F., Turner, M.G., 2016. Spatial variability in tree regeneration after wildfire delays and dampens future bark beetle outbreaks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113, 13075-13080, are available from They contain information on simulated stand susceptibility to bark beetle for lodgepole pine and Douglas-fir forests in Yellowstone national park.

Data from: Neumann, M., Mues, V., Moreno, A., Hasenauer, H., Seidl, R. 2017. Climate variability drives recent tree mortality in Europe. Global Change Biology, in press., are available from The data contains continental-scale information on individual tree mortality between 2002 and 2012, based on ICP Forest Level I information.

Data from: Seidl, R., Thom, D., Kautz, M., Martin-Benito, D., Peltoniemi, M., Vacchiano, G., Wild, J., Ascoli, D., Petr, M., Honkaniemi, J., Lexer, M.J., Trotsiuk, V., Mairota, P., Svoboda, M., Fabrika, M., Nagel, T.A., Reyer, C.P.O. 2017. Forest disturbances under climate change. Nature Climate Change 7, 395-402, are available from They contain the data from a structured review of the forest disturbance and climate change literature since 1990.

Data from: Albrich, K., Rammer, W., Seidl, R. 2018. Trade-offs between temporal stability and level of forest ecosystem services provisioning under climate change. Ecological Applications 28, 1884-1896 are available from They contain data on simulated forest ecosystem services under climate change for a Central European mountain forest landscape.

Data from: Sebald, J., Senf C., Heiser M., Scheidl C., Pflugmacher, D., Seidl, R. 2019 The effects of forest cover and disturbance on torrential hazards: large-scale evidence from the Eastern Alps, Environmental Research Letters, 14(11), 114032  are available from They contain data on torrential hazards for more than 10000 watersheds in Austria.

Data from: Albrich, K., Rammer, W. Seidl, R. 2020. Climate change causes critical transition and irreversible alterations of mountain forests, Global Change Biology (accepted) are available from They contain simulated data on the resilience of a Central European mountain landscape to climate change.