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Appendices

Appendix A: Results of the one-factor ANOVA among different desirable states, and independent t tests between desirable and deviated restored states of the same age, on the 12 structural variables.
Ecological Archives A025-110-A1.

Appendix B: Results of the one-factor ANOVA among different desirable states on the density of the nine common bird species.
Ecological Archives A025-110-A2.

Appendix C: Results of the one-factor ANOVA among different desirable states on the detection rates of the 14 frequent and uncommon bird species.
Ecological Archives A025-110-A3.

Appendix D: Results of the independent t tests between desirable and deviated states of restoration of the same age of all 18 species that were recorded frequently enough to be analyzed in at least one restoration age.
Ecological Archives A025-110-A4.

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