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FQIFloristic Quality Index (ecological index)
FQIFiabilité et Qualité Industrielle (French: Reliability and Industrial Quality)
FQIFlight Qualification Instrumentation (US NASA)
FQIFuel Quantity Indicator
FQIFederal Quality Institute
FQIFormation Qualification Insertion (French: Insertion Training Qualification)
FQIFirst Quality Industries Ltd. (Canada)
FQIFibre Quality Index (textiles)
FQIFact, Question, Inference (educational method)
FQIFood Quality Indicator
FQIFinal Quality Inspection (Mazda Motor Corp.)
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Floristic Quality Index values for native species, derived from Floristic Quality Assessment, were 50.2 in 2003 and 47.3 in 2016.
One way forest integrity can be quantified using phytometers is with the Floristic Quality Index (FQI).
A mean C value (Cm), and a Floristic Quality Index (FQI) were calculated for each of the three sites.
The Floristic Quality Index (FQI) was determined using the coefficient of conservatism (CC) assigned to each species by Taft et al.
The modified Floristic Quality Index. Natural Areas J 22:340-4.
Overall herbaceous diversity and integrity, as measured by the Floristic Quality Index (FQI), were relatively high in these forests.
The Floristic Quality Index (Swink and Wilhelm, 1994) was also calculated for all exclosed and unexclosed plots.
Weighted indices such as the Floristic Quality Index (FQI) and its component the Mean Coefficient of Conservatism (mean C; Taft et al.
Designations of plant Coefficient of Conservation (C of C) and Floristic Quality Index (FQI) were determined using Andreas and Lichvar (1995).
Floristic Quality Index--The Chicago method: Floristic Quality Index (FQI), also referred to as the Chicago method, is a measure of richness that assesses the conservation value of a site.
Keywords: Floristic quality index (FQI), county records, vascular plants, flora-Indiana, physiognomic analysis, Delaware County IN
Measures of community integrity (coefficient of conservatism and floristic quality index) have also been used as surrogates to assess the conservation value of sites in the study region (Swink and Wilhelm, 1994).