Habitat associations of trees and seedlings in a Bornean rain forest

@inproceedings{Peart2000HabitatAO,
  title={Habitat associations of trees and seedlings in a Bornean rain forest},
  author={David R. Peart},
  year={2000}
}
1 In species-rich mixed dipterocarp rain forest in Indonesian Borneo, we evaluated evidence for tree species associations with physical habitat variables (physiography for adults and seedlings, and light for seedlings). A total of 325 species were included in the analysis. 2 A strati®ed random sample of 28 tree and seedling plots (0.16 ha and 36 m, respectively) was taken from a 150-ha study area on homogeneous parent rock (granite) between 110 and 270 m a.s.l. 3 In a principal component… CONTINUE READING
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