(Figure 1 and table 2), it was reported that all species studied here exhibited full growth because they had a linear behavior for this parameter during the period in which the evaluations were done.
In pine marten, for example, Zalewski (1997) found that three tree species, oak (Quercus robur), lime (Tilia cordata), and spruce (Picea abies), with an average DBH
of 59 cm, were used most often for resting sites.
Its species diversity (for trees with a dbh
>10 cm) is between terra firme (which is higher) and palm swamps (which is lower: Duivenvoorden, 1996).
classes to produce more accurate estimates of the woody biomass present.
Volume fitted as a function of DBH
was highly significant for both sites (Apui: [r.
9 m of average tree DBH
and height, respectively, and basal areas 17.
Two variables had greater weight in DF2 (maximum dbh
and basal area), which can be considered as having average discriminatory power, and three variables had greater weights in DF3 (individual density, maximum height, and dbh
) with little or inexpressive capacity for groups discrimination (Table 5).
The range presented a behavior inverse to the nugget effect for DBH
because it decreased over time.
Although generally close, the effect of DBH
SDA-dependence appears to affect deviations from plan even more (negatively) than PAD.
Therefore, to represents the values of relative abundance, relative dominance and relative frequency, obtained on the adult population, ie, formed of individuals with DBH
more than or equal to 20 cm, which were approached by level III, according to proposition Lamprecht (1964).
Each family was classified using the criteria derived from DBH
and clear bole height.
Spatial location of all trees was recorded, as were the number of mistletoe clusters, and DBH
of infested trees.