Sampling methods for titica vine (Heteropsis spp.) inventory in a tropical forestAuthor(s): Carine Klauberg; Edson Vidal; Carlos Alberto Silva; Michelliny de M. Bentes; Andrew Thomas Hudak
Source: Annals of Forest Science. 73: 757-764.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Titica vine provides useful raw fiber material. Using sampling schemes that reduce sampling error can provide direction for sustainable forest management of this vine. Sampling systematically with rectangular plots (10× 25 m) promoted lower error and greater accuracy in the inventory of titica vines in tropical rainforest.
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CitationKlauberg, Carine; Vidal, Edson; Silva, Carlos Alberto; Bentes, Michelliny de M.; Hudak, Andrew Thomas. 2016. Sampling methods for titica vine (Heteropsis spp.) inventory in a tropical forest. Annals of Forest Science. 73: 757-764.
KeywordsHeteropsis, inventory, non-timber forest product, simulation . Araceae, hemiepiphyte, random plot, sampling scheme, systematic plot, tropical forest
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