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Plant Data (Continued) 2004

Top Three Sapling and Seedling Species Session I 2004
 Association

 Sapling Species

 Total

 Seedling Species

  Total

Flood Plain
 Maple

14 
 Paw paw

 13
 Dogwood

 6
 Dogwood

 13
 Paw paw

5
Maple

10
   

Lower Slope
 Elm

29
 Elm

 15
 Paw paw

15
Oak

12
 Dogwood

6
 Paw paw

 10
 Maple

 6
   

Upper Slope
 Dogwood

 22
 Dogwood

13
 Maple

 14
  Elm

 9
 Elm

12
Paw paw

 3
     Ash

 3

Top Three Sapling and Seedling Species Session II 2004
 Association

 Sapling Species

 Total

 Seedling Species

  Total

Flood Plain
Ash

 4
 Maple

 2
 Maple

4
 Yellow wood

 2
 Dogwood

 3
 Ash

 1
 

 2
 

Lower Slope
 Maple

12
 Maple

 12
Ash

 10
Oak

 6
 Elm

 6
 Dogwood

4
     

 

Upper Slope
 Maple

 14
 Elm

 12
 Elm

 13
 Maple

 11
 Beech

 9
 Dogwood

9
     

 

Non-Woody Plants and Ground Cover Session 1 2004
 Association

 % Moss

 % Fern
 % Gymnoperm

 % Angiosperm

 % Liter composition
 Flood Plain  1.3  1.2  0  38  85.6 plant debris
 Lower Slope  5.1 1.3  1  9.7  89 plant debris
 Upper Slope  .3  4.9  0  32  92.3 plant debris

 Non-Woody Plants and Ground Cover Session 11 2004
 Association  % Moss  % Fern  % Gymnoperm  % Angiosperm

  % Liter composition
  Flood Plain  1.6  .2  .4  27.7  66.8 plant debris
 Lower Slope  4.7  3.4  0  12.1  79.8 plant debris
 Upper Slope  3.7  .3  0  40.2  55.8 plant debris

2004 Community Profile Tree Height and Slope Data Table

 Measurement

 Upper Slope Ave.

 Lower Slope Ave.

 Flood Plain Ave.

 Session I

 Session II
 Ave.

 Session I

 Session II
Ave. 

 Session I

 Session II
 Ave.

 Overstory Height (m)

 26.1

21.4

 23.8

20.83

 19.7

20.3

18.22

19.45

 18.8

 Understory Height (m)

8.8

11.47

10.1

9.42

8.8

9.1

8.7

9.5

9.1

 Slope (cm/m)

 7.72

15.96

 11.8

5.57

6.16

 5.9

.78

4.43

 2.6




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