Dryad data packageOver time our aim is to make publicly available as much of our data as we can. When using our data for publication, please cite the original article as indicated on this page and/or in the relevant data package.

  • De Kauwe M, Lin Y-S, Wright IJ et al (2016). A test of the “one-point method” for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis. New Phytologist 210:1130-1144.  Dataset to be posted soon! 
    • Some component data:
    • Ellsworth, David; Crous, Kristine (2016): A global dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves measured in the field at controlled light, CO2 and temperatures. University of Western Sydney. (enquiries: and
    • Togashi data (Australia): raw A-Ci data for Robson Creek ; raw A-Ci data for Great Western Woodland.
    • Arctic data: contact Alistair Rogers and/or Shaun Serbin (;
  • Grootemaat S, Wright IJ, van Bodegom PM, Cornelissen JHC, Cornwell WK (2015). Burn or rot: leaf traits explain why flammability and decomposability are decoupled across species. Functional Ecology. Dryad data package.
  • Maire V, Wright IJ, Prentice IC, Batjes NH, Bhaskar R, van Bodegom PM, Cornwell WK, Ellsworth D, Niinemets Ü, Ordonez A, Reich PB, Santiago LS (2015). Global soil and climate effects on leaf photosynthetic traits and rates. Global Ecology & Biogeography 24:706-717. Dryad data package.
  • Richards AE, Wright IJ, Lenz TI, Zanne AE (2014). Sapwood capacitance is greater in woody plant species growing in high compared to low rainfall environments. Functional Ecology 28:734-744. Dryad data package.
  • Wright IJ, Royer DL, Ordonez A, Oleksyn J, Reich PB. Global Leaf Phenology Database. Data from: Zanne et al (2014) Three keys to the radiation of angiosperms into freezing environments. Nature 506:89-92. Dryad data package.  **Note, this is one of several data packages associated with Zanne et al 2014. See
  • Price CA, Wright IJ, Ackerly DD, Niinemets U, Reich PB, Veneklaas EJ (2014). Are leaf functional traits “invariant” with plant size, and what is “invariance” anyway? Functional Ecology 28:1330-1343. Dryad data package.
  • Gallagher RV & Leishman MR (2012) A global analysis of trait variation and evolution in climbing plants. Journal of Biogeography39(10), 1757-1771.  Gallagher_Leishman_2012_data




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