International Journal of Forestry Research / 2010 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Applying Hotspot Detection Methods in Forestry: A Case Study of Chestnut Oak Regeneration

Figure 3

Relative frequency distribution of elevation, overstory basal area of chestnut oak (BA chestnut oak), overstory basal area of other species (BA other), and percentage cover of herbaceous species associated with hotspots identified by three different methods. Relative frequency was calculated using number of stands identified as hotspots divided by total number of stands within each range for each variable.
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