Vegetation and land unit survey of Gregory National Park, Northern Territory (N.T.)
P. Brocklehurst, P. Rampant, D. Van Kerckhof and B. Edmeades
Brocklehurst, Peter S; Northern Territory. Dept. Of Lands, Planning And Environment. Resource Capability Assessment Branch; Rampant, P.; Van Kerckhof, D.; Edmeades, B.
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Technical report / Resource Capability Assessment Branch, Department of Lands, Planning & Environment ; no. 31/1996
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Surveying -- Northern Territory -- Gregory National Park; Vegetation surveys -- Northern Territory -- Gregory National Park
Dept. of Lands, Planning and Environment
Technical report / Resource Capability Assessment Branch, Department of Lands, Planning & Environment ; no. 31/1996
1 v. (various pagings) : col. ill., maps (some folded) ; 30 cm.
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45-53 Dominant life form in each stratum 45 Lform upper 48 Lform mid 51 Lform lower %cover 46 Lform up%cov 49 Lform mid%cv 52 Lform low%cv Average height 47 Lform up ht 50 Lform mid ht 53 Lform low ht 54 Wedge factor 55 - 62 ignore 63 Ddlong 64 Ddlat 65 Community 66 Richness Suinmary table for each stratum by life-form %cover and average height. The dominant lifeform in each stratum. The lifeform codes are taken from the lifeform table as above. Therefore life-form 1 is trees> 8 metres moving down to a life-form of 15 for vines. Upper stratum life-form. Middle stratum life-form Ground stratum life-form This is the total vegetative cover in the sample site that occurs in each stratum. For the upper and mid stratum it is generally a %crown cover while for the ground layer it is generally a straight %cover. This box (with heights) is a 'summary' of the structure of the vegetation at any site. (Variables 21-50 are an expansion on this table. ) Upper stratum %cover Middle stratum %cover Ground stratum %cover The average height of each stratum in metres. Upper stratum height. Middle stratum height. Ground stratum height. Wedge factor used when measuring basal area. Variables used when analysing data Decimal degrees longitude Decimal degrees latitude The community number resulting from data analysis Number of species at the site 2.2 SPECIES ABUNDANCE MEASURES There are three abundance measures for each species based on structure: 1 BA/CO UPPER The basal area for each species in the upper stratum determined using a basal wedge. Generally this is the dominant stratum. In the case of grasslands the abundance measures were determined as percentage cover of the plot and placed in the lower stratum. Were the plot Is a grassland and/or the dominant stratum is the lower stratum 2 COV MID The percentage cover of the plot by mid stratum species. This is a percentage crown cover. 3 COV LOW The percentage cover of the plot by ground stratum species. 4
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