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Fig. 8 | Carbon Balance and Management

Fig. 8

From: The impact of long dry periods on the aboveground biomass in a tropical forest: 20 years of monitoring

Fig. 8

Mortality in biomass aboveground separated in the size classes: Small (Sup to 10 cm DBH); Medium (Mfrom 10.1 to 35 cm of DBH) and Large (Lgreater than 35 cm of DBH), in the sites: without occurrence of forest fire (green scale) and with the fire in 2010 (red scale) registered over 20 years in the Véu de Noiva Forest of Valle, Chapada dos Guimarães National Park, Brazil. Equal letters indicate no significant difference among-intervals. Capital letters are used to indicate differences between monitoring intervals for the Large size-class, lowercase letters to indicate differences between the monitoring intervals for the Medium size-class. In the Small class mortality rates did not differ significantly (NS) between intervals at both sites (Bonferroni post hoc test, α < 0.05)

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