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Sampling analysis Homework S10

Sampling analysis Homework S10 - 2.62 2 2.44 3.75 2 3.33...

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HOMEWORK: USING THE MEASURES OF DENSITY, DOMINANCE AND FREQUENCY TO MAKE INFERENCES ABOUT A SPECIES – (34 PTS) Name _________________________ Lab section 11 or 12 ___ Score ___________ The data in Table 8-10 represents data collected from three different species at two sites. Compute the basal area per trunk and per tree (6 pts). Table 8-1: Total basal area (m 2 ) per for three species at three sites with the area of each site=0.04 ha. Site Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree 1 1 0.41 1 .33 1 .6 1 1 0.47 2 .43 2 .9 1 1 0.3 3 .15 3 1.2 1 2 0.65 3 .25 4 .75 1 3 0.52 4 .37 4 .32 1 3 0.39 5 .47 1 4 0.57 6 .29 1 5 0.61 7 .33 1 5 1.1 8 .21 1 5 0.45 8 .33 1 6 0.31 9 .45 1 10 .42 Page 1
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1 11 .39 1 Site Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree Indiv Diameter Basal area (m 2 ) per trunk Basal area (m 2 ) of tree 2 1 .17 1 .8 2 1 .33 2 .8 2 1 .29
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Unformatted text preview: 2 .62 2 2 .44 3 .75 2 3 .33 3 .11 2 3 .25 2 4 .37 2 4 .38 2 4 .21 2 5 .58 2 6 1.1 2 7 .38 2 8 .37 2 8 .25 2 9 .77 Page 2 Page 3 Compute Mean Density and Mean Dominance for each species (10 pts). Table 8-2: Mean Density, Mean Dominance and Frequency of three species at three sites. Species 1 Species 2 Species 3 Site Density Dominance Density Dominance Density Dominance 1 2 Sum Mean Frequenc y Compute Relative Importance for each species (12 pts). Table 8-3: Relative Density, Relative Dominance, Relative Frequency and Relative Importance for three species at three sites. Species Relative Density Relative Dominance Relative Frequency Relative Importance 1 2 3 Compare and contrast the distributions of the three species relative to number of individuals, size and spatial distribution (ie. clumped or uniform) (6 pts). Page 4...
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