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Title: Population matrix models for Frasera speciosa from 1974 to 2007
Authors: Che-Castaldo, Judy
Advisors: Inouye, David
Type: Dataset
Working Paper
Keywords: demography
Frasera speciosa
Issue Date: 22-Mar-2010
Abstract: This file contains the matrix population models for a population of Frasera speciosa in the Elk Mountains of southwestern Colorado, for the years 1974-2007.
Description: Each matrix contains the probability of going from a stage (the column headings) to another stage (the rows) from the starting year (given as the heading of the matrix) to the following year for individuals in the Frasera speciosa population. There are two dormant seed categories, a recruit or seedling category, and twelve leaf-number stages: 2 (1-2 leaves), 4 (3-4 leaves), 6 (5-6 leaves), 9 (7-10 leaves), 12 (11-14 leaves), 16 (15-17 leaves), 20 (18-22 leaves), 25 (23-27 leaves), 30 (28-32 leaves), 36 (33-38 leaves), 42 (39-45 leaves), or 49 (46-64 leaves).
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