Forest structure and composition
This chapter describes methods that can be used to characterize communities of tree species based on a field survey, focusing on the methods that are most commonly used today. Information is also provided on techniques for estimating the species richness and diversity of forest communities, which has received increasing attention in the wake of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
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