Eight indigenous tree species, spanning a range of ecological niches, were surveyed twice (between 2002 and 2014) as part of a vegetation monitoring programme. The data from these surveys can be used to assess changes in tree populations. Monitoring the status and trends of these widespread tree species helps us detect large-scale, long-term changes and problems for our forest ecosystems.
This dataset relates to the "Status of widespread indigenous trees" measure on the Environmental Indicators, Te taiao Aotearoa website.
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|1.||Data quality Status of widespread indigenous trees-Difference between recruitment and mortality||185 KB||
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|Added||28 Sep 2015|
|Last updated||28 Sep 2015|
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|Current revision||Imported on Oct. 2, 2015 from CSV .|