An Application of Plant Functional Types for Predicting Restoration Outcomes
Article first published online: 9 OCT 2011
© 2011 Society for Ecological Restoration International
Volume 20, Issue 6, pages 730–739, November 2012
How to Cite
Tozer, M. G., Mackenzie, B. D. E. and Simpson, C. C. (2012), An Application of Plant Functional Types for Predicting Restoration Outcomes. Restoration Ecology, 20: 730–739. doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2011.00828.x
- Issue published online: 8 NOV 2012
- Article first published online: 9 OCT 2011
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Appendix S1. Species list and average frequency of occurrence (% ± SD) for each sample treatment.
Appendix S2. Smallest subset of native species contributing to at least 60% of dissimilarity between treatments representing: (1) Kurri Sands Swamp Woodland; and (2) Lower Hunter Spotted Gum Ironbark Forest. Treatments are pre-clearing; direct (direct soil reinstatement and stockpiles samples combined); and delay (reinstatement delayed for 8, 10, or 13 months). Data are derived from Similarity Percentage (SIMPER) Analysis (Clarke 1993).
Appendix S3. Mean frequency and 95% credible interval estimated for individual species for each treatment. Symbols indicate treatments for which the credible interval is, respectively, higher or lower than the corresponding interval estimated for pre-clearing (▴ or ▾) and burnt (↑ or ↓) treatment plots. Vegetation communities: LHSI, Lower Hunter Spotted Gum Ironbark Forest; KSSW, Kurri Sand Swamp Woodland; DIC, Deviance Information Criterion.
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