Succession_Lab_103_Data

Succession_Lab_103_Data - Point-Centered Quarter Method...

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Unformatted text preview: Point-Centered Quarter Method Data Sheet Kathleen, Vivian, Iouri, Cori, David B, Mitchel , Diana, Julie, James, Graham Lab 103 - Site 1 Sampling Point Quadrant Nearest Tree Nearest Sapling Notes Basal area Community #1 Species Species Distance* (m) DBH (cm) Species Total Red Oak Eastern Hemlock Sugar Maple 1 (15m) 1 Red Oak 3.9 35.8 Eastern Hemlock 1006.72822 6968.61 5872.81 718.22 377.59 Absolute Dominance 2 Eastern Hemlock 2.7 17.7 American Beech 245.93265 100.00 84.28 10.31 5.42 Relative Dominance (%) 3 Eastern Hemlock 4.3 13 Sugar Maple 132.665 6.03 3.52 1.51 1.01 Absolute Density 4 Red Oak 5.3 30.4 American Beech 725.4656 100.00 58.33 25.00 16.67 Relative Density (%) 2 (30m) 1 Red Oak 1 26.5 Eastern Hemlock 551.26625 200.00 100.00 66.67 33.33 Absolute Frequency 2 Eastern Hemlock 2.95 20.8 Eastern Hemlock 339.6224 100.00 50.00 33.33 16.67 Relative Frequency (%) 3 Red Oak 5.7 23.4 Eastern Hemlock 429.8346 100.00 64.20 22.88 12.92 Importance Value (%) 4 Red Oak 7.25 33.1 American Beech33....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course ENVS 200 taught by Professor Annegrant during the Fall '11 term at Waterloo.

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