Bio trees - Plot 2: Tree/bush Diameter/ Circumference (in...

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Tree/bush Diameter/ Circumference (in inches) Appearance range Chinquapin Oak 12 inches/ 37.71 inches 2 Black cherry 4.5 inches/ 14.14 inches 2 Flowering Dogwood -/- 6 Northern White Cedar 3 inches/ 9.43 inches 2 Red Maple 10 inches/ 21.43 inches 1 Chagbark Hickory 4 inches/ 12.57 inches 3
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Plot 1: Comments: Trees were facing west on a downward slope hill, the area was in the process of deforestation to pave way for a new building.
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Unformatted text preview: Plot 2: Tree/bush Diameter/ Circumference (in inches) Appearance range Eastern Hemlock 4 inches/ 12.57 inches 4 Northern White Cedar 4.5 inches/ 14.14 inches 5 Red Maple 6 inches/ 18.86 inches 3 Florida Yew-/-1 Comments: Trees were facing west on a fairly level hill, the Florida yew was too thick to see the trunk and the area had mostly Northern White Cedars and Eastern Hemlocks....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course BIO 301 taught by Professor Razi during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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