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SOME RESULTS FROM AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DISTRIBUTION OF GIRTH CLASSES OF SOME TROPICAL RAIN FOREST TREES, IN SIERRA LEONE

DONN SMALL
Empire Forestry Review
Vol. 37, No. 4 (94) (December 1958), pp. 408-417
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42602465
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Abstract

The author attempts to show that by means of graphical analysis of field enumeration details of girth measurement, "emergence" as a physical character may be related to girth distribution, especially when related to the girth distribution of all species in one locality or forest.

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