International Journal of Ecology / 2015 / Article / Fig 5

Research Article

Changes in Allometric Attributes and Biomass of Forests and Woodlands across an Altitudinal and Rainfall Gradient: What Are the Implications of Increasing Seasonality due to Anthropogenic Climate Change?

Figure 5

Change in average tree height of all Eucalyptus species within site (interspecific variation) and the average height of five selected widespread species (intraspecific variation) against the altitude gradient. Note there is a small negative change in the average tree heights of individual species with increasing altitude. Overall there is an increase in the height of the summed Eucalyptus scores for each site.

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