Floristic variation within kerangas (heath) forest: re-evaluation of data from Sarawak and Brunei

@article{Newbery2004FloristicVW,
  title={Floristic variation within kerangas (heath) forest: re-evaluation of data from Sarawak and Brunei},
  author={David. Newbery},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={2004},
  volume={96},
  pages={43-86}
}
The variation in species composition of trees ≥7.6 cm gbh in thirty-eight plots (mostly c. 0.2 ha in extent) from physiognomically-defined kerangas forest were re-analyzed by principal components analysis ordination (species centering and standardization by sample norm). Analyses were performed separately on basal area abundances, on the densities of trees in three size classes (≥7.6, ≥30.5 and ≥61.0 cm gbh) and on the density of small and large trees (7.6-<30.5 and 30.5-<61.0 cm gbh). A total… CONTINUE READING
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