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Presence or frequency of woody plants in vegetation samples in the costal plain and interior low plateau of TennesseeAuthor(s): H.R. Deselm; W.L. Patterson; Vernon Bates; D.B. Durham; R.K. Abernethy; D.C. Eagar; R.P. Ford; Paul.B. Hamel
Source: In: Proceedings of the eigth symposium on the natural history of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland river valleys, Tennessee, March 19-20, eds. Hamilton, Steven W.; Chester, Edward W.; White, David S.; Finley, Mark T.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionRecords of the woody flora, based on nearly 1500 plotslstands of mainly forest vegetation of West and Middle Tennessee, have been compiled. The data are from 1155 transects (data collected 1993-1995) and 343 0.1 ha plots (data collected 1985-1986). Taxa total 246 species and lesser forms. The dominant woody plants sort into many community types occupying the small remaining areas of natural landscape. Results are reported as percent presence or frequency of stands seen. Some taxa are common-in ca. 85 9% of the stands; others are rare. Some taxa occur only on the Coastal Plain, others only on the Plateaus, and some occupy both areas. The range of some species centers in the Centrai Basin and that of other species exclude the Basin.
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CitationDeselm, H.R.; Patterson, W.L.; Bates, Vernon; Durham, D.B.; Abernethy, R.K.; Eagar, D.C.; Ford, R.P.; Hamel, Paul.B. 1999. Presence or frequency of woody plants in vegetation samples in the costal plain and interior low plateau of Tennessee. In: Proceedings of the eigth symposium on the natural history of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland river valleys, Tennessee, March 19-20, eds. Hamilton, Steven W.; Chester, Edward W.; White, David S.; Finley, Mark T.
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