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Research Article

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction of Salix sitchensis and the Influence of Beaver (Castor canadensis) Herbivory on Reproductive Success

Table 1

Characteristics of riparian study sites in central British Columbia, Canada. The size of study sites was measured at the lowest point of the yearly fluctuating water levels. represents the number of individuals sampled for the genetic analysis, and the percentage of the total population sampled is given in parentheses.

SiteGPS coordinatesPredominant soil typeSize (m2) (%)

Camp Creek 54°3′23.70′′N 122°Sandy loam640095 (50)
3′37.86′′W
Penny 53°50′0.15′′N Clay loam560049 (25)
121°20′27.43′′W
Bowron Bridge 54° 3′1.59′′N Sandy soil600020 (75)
121°50′13.97′′W
Bowron River 54°2′41.31′′N 122°Gravel and detritus450016 (60)
1′42.49′′W
Penny by the Fraser 53°50′22.61′′N Sandy soil8800
121°19′14.33′′W
Island Park 53°57′54.60′′N Sandy soil and clay loam6000105 (5)
122°55′51.40′′W

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