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R and D Terrestrial

R and D Terrestrial

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Published by: Rhen Retoriano Barrios on Jun 10, 2013
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diversity indexevenness indexrichnessdensityfrequencyabundanceTable 1.
Line intercept method (count ONLY those that will touch the rope)
 
Distance from origin Plant species Indicate Plant type (tree, shrub,herb, ground layer)
00-0.20.3-1m1m-23.7m23.8m-28m28.1m-39m39.1m-39.5m39.6m-41m41.1m-47m47.1m-56m AcaciaPlant A4 Leaf Clover Carabao GrassPlant BCarabao GrassPlant BCarabao GrassNo OrganismBermuda GrassTreeGround layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer Ground layer DensityFrequency refers to the number of transects that contain (are intercepted by) at least one individual of the species in question. Tocompute for the simple frequency, each plant that is intercepted by the line is recorded according to species. The number of timesthe species is intercepted divided by the number of plant interceptions is the frequency.
         
 

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