Spatial patterns and interspecific associations of dominant tree species in two old-growth karst forests, SW China

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Spatial patterns and interspecific associations of plant species in forests are important for revealing how species interact with each other and with the environment, and hence have important implications for optimal forest management and restoration in degraded forest ecosystems. In this paper, the O-ring statistics were used to characterize the spatial… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11284-010-0740-0

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