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Appendix A: Solutions for NMS ordination of species composition in most recent census of permanent plots at Dukes RNA and Huron Mountains.
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Appendix B: Solutions for PCA ordination of soil characteristics in permanent plots at Dukes RNA and Huron Mountains.
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Appendix C: Solutions for NMS ordination of disturbance history (temporal patterns in basal area and mortality) in permanent plots at Dukes RNA and Huron Mountains.
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Appendix D: Comparison of productivity between sampling periods at the Dukes RNA site.
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Appendix E: Comparison of stand characteristics and structural complexity metrics among species composition groups.
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Appendix F: Full model lists from multiple regression analysis of predictors of rugosity and productivity.
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Appendix G: Relationships between productivity and PCL-derived canopy height and complexity metrics.
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Appendix H: Relationship between productivity and growth dominance by storm severity group.
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