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Dominant Tree Calculations-2004

Tree Population and Average Cover Data Table (Session 1)

 Association

 Tree Name

 # of Individuals

 Ave. Cover (m2)

 Flood Plain
 Ash

5

.35

 Cedar

 5

 .02

 Hickory

 2

 .05

 Oak

3

 .03

 Elm

1

.01 

 

 

 Overall Ave. Cover

 .09

 Lower Slope
 Ash

4

 .06

 Cedar

.17

 .12

 Maple

2

.11

 Oak

 3

 .05

 Pine

1

 .03

 Sassafras

.01 

 Overall Ave. Cover

   .06

 Upper Slope
 Walnut

1

1.53

Elm

2

.01

 Maple

5

.11

 Oak

11

 ..18

 Paw paw

 1

 .04

 

 

 

 Overall Ave. Cover    

.37

 Tree Population and Average Cover Data Table (Session 2) 2004
 Association  Tree Name

 # of Individuals
  Ave. Cover (m2

Flood Plain
 Cedar

 3

 .06

 Dogwood

1

 .03

 Maple

2

 .06

 Pine

 1

 .09

 Poplar

 1

 .01

 

 

 Overall Ave. Cover    

 .05

     Lower Slope  Cedar

9

 .07

 Ash

1

 .02

 Maple

 2

 .04

 Pine

4

 .07

 

 

 

 Overall Ave. Cover

   .05

 

 Upper Slope
 Walnut

1

.02

 Cedar

 1

.03

 Hickory

3

.03

 Maple

3

 .02

 Oak

12 

.10

 Pine

 2

.24 

 Overall Ave. Cover

   .07

2004 Association Tree Densities

 Association

 Session

 Ave. Distance (m)

 Ave. Area Occupied (m2)

 Density (trees/hectare)

 Flood Plain

 1

4.90

 23.91

418.24

2

5.90

34.81

287.27

Average

5.40

29.36

 352.76

 Lower Slope

 1

4.06

 16.48

 606.80

  2

5.26

 27.67

361.40

Average

4.66

 22.08

 484.10

 Upper Slope

1

7.37

54.31

 228.89

2

 5.80

 33.64

 297.27

Average

6.59

43.98

 263.08

The Three Most Important Trees In Each Association (2004)

 Association

 Session

 Tree Name

 Importance Value

 Flood Plain

 1
 Ash

161.24

 Oak

 48.98

 Cedar

 39.80

 2
 Cedar

122.22

 Maple

 67.19

Pine

 47.72

 Lower Slope

 1
 Cedar

 188.93

Ash

42.26

Oak

25.81

 2
 Cedar

168.63

 Pine

72.72

 Maple

40.42

 Upper Slope

 1
 Oak

150.12

 Maple

 67.76

 Walnut

 48.02

 2
 Oak

 120.23

 Pine

 62.68

Maple

54.20




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