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CSPs: Woody species of Gutianshan Nature Reserve and their abundances
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Abstract:
List of all woody species (trees, shrubs, palms, bamboos) in Gutianshan Nature reserve. This file contains all shrub and tree species listed in "Lou, L. H. and G. Y. Li (1988). Biota of Gutianshan Nature Reserve: list of seed plants. Manuscript.", which is the book Fang Teng used. Additionally the list contains abundance data: (1) individual numbers in the 24ha plot. (2) total individual numbers in the 27 CSPs. (3) based on these and Fang Tengs "guestimate" an abundances value as class (dominant, common, less common, very rare) which can be interpreted, based on the mean percentage individuals per class in 24ha-plot and CSPs as percentage individuals (4.75% 0.786% 0.1% and 0.001%, summing up to 100%) or more intuitively: 5%, 1%, 0.1% 0.001% (which sums up to 111%).
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Spatial extent:
List of all woody species (trees, shrubs, palms, bamboos) in Gutianshan Nature reserve representing the total woody species pool. This file contains all shrub and tree species listed in "Lou, L. H. and G. Y. Li (1988). Biota of Gutianshan Nature Reserve: list of seed plants. Manuscript.", which is the book Fang Teng used. Additionally the list contains abundance data: (1) individual numbers in the 24ha plot. (2) total individual numbers in the 27 CSPs. (3) based on these abundance classes were defined (dominant, common, less common, very rare) and extended to all species of GTS nature reserve by Fang Tengs "guestimate". Note that the list contains one bamboo and a palm, which are woody, but not necessarily classified as tree or shrub. Note second that a number of species ist listed but has no abundance value ("NA"), because they occurr only as cultivated trees and do not occur in forest. These species were partly used during the build up of the phylogeny and thus are retained in the data set, but should be deleted if the species pool of the Gutianshan Nature reserve is analysed based on this list.
Temporal extent:
last updated December 20 2012
Taxonomic extent:
All woody species: trees, shrubs, palms and large bamboos
Measurement cirumstances:
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Data analysis:
After abundance classes were set up, the mean percentage individuals per class in 24ha-plot + CSPs wer calculated as percentage individuals: 4.75% 0.786% 0.1% and 0.001%, summing up to 100%. More intuitively, the classes can be interpreted as 5%, 1%, 0.1% 0.001% (which sums up to 111%).

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Name:
Name
Definition:
fullname consisting of genus and species epiteth;; Source: Lou, L. H. and G. Y. Li (1988). Biota of Gutianshan Nature Reserve: list of seed plants. Manuscript.; Flora of China; Stefan Michalski
Unit:
id
Datagroup:
Scientific plant species name
Keywords:
taxon, species, Scientific plant species name
Values:
Acer amplum
Acanthopanax trifoliatus
Abelia chinensis
Abutilon theophrasti
Acer buergerianum
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Dataset column

Name:
Name_author
Definition:
Author name for species description; Source: TNRS, taxonomic name resolver, http://tnrs.iplantcollaborative.org/TNRSapp.html
Unit:
id
Datagroup:
Helper
Keywords:
species author, taxonomic authority
Values:
A. Gray
Abel
(A. Camus) Y.C. Hsu & H.Wei Jen
(A. Juss.) M. Roem.
A.C. Sm.
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Name_url
Definition:
URL given for the respecitve taxon as privided by TNRS
Unit:
id
Datagroup:
Helper
Keywords:
No information available
Values:
http://www.tropicos.org/Name/100351667
http://www.tropicos.org/Name/100373995
http://www.tropicos.org/Name/100254584
http://www.tropicos.org/Name/100351666
http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=SPVA2
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Dataset column

Name:
Family
Definition:
family name of the species; Source: TNRS, taxonomic name resolver, http://tnrs.iplantcollaborative.org/TNRSapp.html; Walter Durka
Unit:
id
Datagroup:
Plant family name
Keywords:
taxon, family
Values:
Altingiaceae
Anacardiaceae
Adoxaceae
Actinidiaceae
Aquifoliaceae
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Chinese name
Definition:
chinese species name
Unit:
id
Datagroup:
Chinese species name
Keywords:
species
Values:
三叶木通
三尖杉
一叶萩
七叶树
三峡槭
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Abundance_24ha_ plot
Definition:
number of individuals in 24ha plot
Unit:
No information available
Datagroup:
Abundance
Keywords:
abundance
Values:
113
10793
105
1146
1
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Abundance_CSPs
Definition:
total number of individuals in 27 CSPs; Datagroup description: number of individuals, derived from the CSP data table
Unit:
count
Datagroup:
Abundance
Keywords:
abundance
Values:
105
1
102
10
1024
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Abundance_class_GTS
Definition:
species name as written in the ecological monographs list; Datagroup description: Abundance in classes: dominant, common, less common, very rare. These are based on the abundance data in the 24ha plot and the CSPs, from which a first classification was made. In a second step, Fang Teng corrected these "guestimates" based on his experience especially for all species that did not occur in both 24ha plot and CSPs.
Unit:
No information available
Datagroup:
Abundance class
Keywords:
abundance
Values:
less common
dominant
very rare
common
cultivated
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
Abundance_class_GTS_percent
Definition:
Author in the ecologicial monographs list (only if it is different from fullauthor); Datagroup description: Abundance in classes: dominant, common, less common, very rare. These are based on the abundance data in the 24ha plot and the CSPs, from which a first classification was made. In a second step, Fang Teng corrected these "guestimates" based on his experience especially for all species that did not occur in both 24ha plot and CSPs. Based on the actual abundance data on 24ha+CPS, the mean percentage of individuals per class was calculated. The abundances classes (dominant, common, less common, very rare) thus correspond to mean percentage individuals per class (4.75%, 0.786%, 0.1% and 0.001%, summing up to 100%) or more intuitively: 5%, 1%, 0.1% 0.001% (which sums up to 111%).
Unit:
percent
Datagroup:
Abundance
Keywords:
abundance
Values:
5
1
NA
0.001
0.1
Contributors:
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Dataset column

Name:
comment
Definition:
comment
Unit:
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Datagroup:
Helper
Keywords:
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Values:
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