Spatial relationships between tree species and gap characteristics in broad-leaved deciduous woodland

@inproceedings{Koukoulas2005SpatialRB,
  title={Spatial relationships between tree species and gap characteristics in broad-leaved deciduous woodland},
  author={Sotirios Koukoulas and George Alan},
  year={2005}
}
Questions: 1. What are the spatial patterns of all trees, individual tree species, trees within particular height classes, all gaps and gaps with specific properties across the study site in broad-leaved deciduous forest at a range of scales? 2. Are patterns of the above features spatially associated? 3. Are these patterns indicative of gap creation mechanisms and phases of regeneration? Location: Frame Wood, New Forest, UK. Methods: Ripley’s K-function analysis was applied to spatial… CONTINUE READING

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