Ecological Archives A019-047-A3

Douglas J. Shinneman and William L. Baker. 2009. Historical fire and multidecadal drought as context for piñon–juniper woodland restoration in western Colorado. Ecological Applications 19:1231–1245.

Appendix C. Age-structure graphs for all 28 main, untreated (not mechanically cleared) woodland plots.

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   FIG. C1. Age-structure graphs for all 28 main, untreated (not mechanically cleared) woodland plots. The x-axes correspond with 20-year age classes (e.g., 1900 = 1900–1919). Triangle symbols represent partial cores and have been placed above the age class corresponding to the date of the earliest ring; black and gray triangles represent one and two partial cores, respectively. Symbols adjacent to dates represent trees originating prior to A.D. 1500, with dates for ages; crosses, circles and squares indicate high, good, and fair quality cores, respectively; and diamonds indicate partial cores.

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