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Keywords:

  • dipterocarp forest;
  • drought;
  • hierarchical Bayesian model;
  • Lambir;
  • masting;
  • reproductive ecology

Abstract

We tested the effect of general flowering (GF), community-wide masting, and drought stress on current-year tree diameter growth and aboveground biomass increment (ABI). General flowering but not drought had a marginally significant negative effect on tree growth and ABI at the community level. Analyses of dominant species clarified this pattern.