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Survival of seedlings planted along an elevation gradient at Kanakaleonui Bird Corridor, Hawaii, 2016

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2016-03-01
End Date
2016-07-31

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Leopold, C.R.,and Hess, S.C., 2017, Kanakaleonui Bird Corridor Montane Plants 2016: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F72N50FH.

Summary

This dataset includes the location and associated summarized temperature and soil moisture values associated with each seedling outplanted in this experiment. Temperature range (Temp.diff) is the average monthly temperature range for the life of the plant and/or experiment. Soil water content (Avg.wc) is the average soil water content for the life of the plant and/or experiment. Each plot and the associated elevation (Elev) are recorded. Each seedling has a unique identifier and all information associated used for data analysis. Survival of each seedling is noted with a 1 (survived) or 0 (died). An index of growth per day, 'slope' is provided for each seedling. Seedlings were planted across eight plots (Plot: A-H) along an elevation [...]

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Purpose

We associated the environmental factors of temperature range and soil moisture with elevation and seedling origin to determine if survival of seedlings was influenced by these factors.

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  • Pacific Island Ecosystems Research Center

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