Species Diversity, Stand Structure, and Species Distribution across a Precipitation Gradient in Tropical Forests in Myanmar

@inproceedings{Khaine2017SpeciesDS,
  title={Species Diversity, Stand Structure, and Species Distribution across a Precipitation Gradient in Tropical Forests in Myanmar},
  author={Inkyin Khaine and Su Young Woo and Hoduck Kang and Myeong Ja Kwak and Sun Mi Je and Hana You and Taeyoon Lee and Ji Hwi Jang and Hyun Kyung Lee and Euddeum Lee and Li Yang and H-H Kim and Jong Kyu Lee and Jieun Kim},
  year={2017}
}
An understanding of how species diversity, structural pattern, and species distribution vary across different environmental regions is crucially important for tropical ecology. In this study, we explored how these ecological parameters vary across various rainfall regions in the tropics with annual rainfall levels ranging from 843 to 2035 mm. Diversity, similarity, structure, and forest classification, and their correspondence with rainfall regions were tested. We found that species diversity… CONTINUE READING

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