International Journal of Forestry Research / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Carbon Stocks in the Small Estuarine Mangroves of Geza and Mtimbwani, Tanga, Tanzania

Table 1

Forest stand characteristics for Geza and Mtimbwani mangroves.

SiteSpeciesFrequencyDensity (stems ha)Basal area
(m ha)
Seedlings/saplings (counts ha)RelativeImportance value
FrequencyDensityDominance

GezaA. marina1240610.2277828.5723.3259.37111.26
B. gymnorrhiza2270.24174.761.521.397.67
C. tagal102310.4353126.1913.262.4941.94
R. mucronata1110265.82121926.1958.9933.78118.97
S. alba3130.1107.140.760.678.57
X. granatum3370.4247.142.132.3111.59
Total174017.212569100100100300

MtimbwaniA. marina1262120.7832626.0926.5968.64121.31
B. gymnorrhiza4800.49358.73.411.6313.73
C. tagal85363.5123817.3922.9511.5951.93
R. mucronata119764.4948323.9141.8214.8380.56
S. alba6270.181813.041.140.5814.76
X. granatum5950.834410.874.092.7417.7
Total233430.271144100100100300

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