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Table 1 Data source for fitting linear regression models to biomass estimation of different woody species indigenous of the Tropical Atlantic Rain Forest, Brazil

From: Selection criteria for linear regression models to estimate individual tree biomasses in the Atlantic Rain Forest, Brazil

Data set n Location UTM (m) Mean ± S.D. of biomass CV (%) SE (%) 95% confidence interval
1. M. skvortzovii Sendulsky bamboo growing in natural foresta 30 General Carneiro, Paraná State
457.589–467.617
7.085.594–7.075.828
0.26 ± 0.13 49.63 18.53 0.21–0.31
2. M. skvortzovii Sendulsky bamboo growing in natural forestb 30 260.59 ± 129.32 49.53 18.53 212.30–308.87
3. Native mixed-species natural standa 30 1493.24 ± 1449.87 97.10 36.26 951.84–2034.63
4. Mixed-species restoration plantation (complete series)c 180 Seropédica, Rio de Janeiro State
637.586–640.342
7.484.977–7.483.459
16.95 ± 23.87 70.02 26.14 12.51–21.38
5. Mixed-species restoration plantation (reduced series with outliers)c 30 59.64 ± 32.36 54.25 20.26 47.56–71.73
6. Mixed-species restoration plantationc (reduced series without outliers) 30 43.40 ± 21.96 50.60 18.90 35.20–51.60
  1. CV (%) = coefficient of variation, SE (%) = sampling error. 95% confidence interval
  2. aAboveground biomass in kg
  3. bAboveground biomass in g
  4. cAboveground + belowground biomass in kg
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