DAFOR

AcronymDefinition
DAFORDominant, Abundant, Frequent, Occasional, Rare (ecology)
DAFORDélégation Académique à la Formation (French: Delegation to Academic Training)
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At each mammal sampling location vegetation structure, composition and abundance (using the DAFOR scale, Kent & Coker, 1992) were assessed using 11 variables selected considering their importance in determining small mammal communities (see Grant et al.
The DAFOR (dominant (5), abundant (4), frequent (3), occasional (2), rare (1)) scores for the main helophytes and submerged and floating-leaved plants recorded in the modern vegetation (M) and their representation by macrofossils (+) in surface sediments (F) of L.