|Uddin, MB; Steinbauer, M; Beierkuhnlein, C: Stand Characteristics and Spatial Species Aggregation in a Bangladesh Forest Ecosystem, Diversity, 3, 453-465 (2011), doi:10.3390/d3030453 [Link]|
Assessing biodiversity and the spatial structures of forest ecosystems are important for forestry and nature conservation. However, tropical forests of Bangladesh are only sparsely investigated. Here we determined biodiversity (alpha, beta and gamma), spatial species turnover and stand characteristics of one of the few last remnant tropical forest in Bangladesh. Two differently protected areas of Satchari forest were compared.
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