Reports By Species and By Strata

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Reports By Species and By Strata

Post by hdelaconcha » Sat May 06, 2017 12:26 pm

I noticed that the reports by strata refer to the trees sampled and the ones by species to the population. I wonder why and then how can I interpret Canopy cover and Basal Area because Leaf Area & Leaf Biomass are in both reports so I can use the population info but the first 2, what do you suggest.

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Horacio de la Concha
AGRINET SA de CV
Cuernavaca MEXICO
hdelaconcha@agrinet.com.mx
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Re: Reports By Species and By Strata

Post by Jason.Henning » Mon May 08, 2017 3:15 pm

Hi Horacio,
If you are referring the the reports under the "Measured tree details" tab those only provide information about the trees that are sampled if you have done a plot based sample. Neither the "Measured tree details>Composition and Structure>by species" nor the "Measured tree details>Composition and Structure>by strata" provide any information about the population. All of the "measured tree details" reports refer only to the trees that were actually measured.
Thanks,
Jason
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