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Appendices

Appendix A: Additional statistical methods used to generate forest type classification, principal components scores for climate and tree stand parameters, and geographic and community distances.
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Appendix B: Statistical results of geographic distance and community structure analyses with plots of MDS scores.
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Appendix C: Table showing percent cover of tree species in each forest type cluster.
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Appendix D: Tables showing most significant principal components of principal components analyses of climate data, with figure showing change in climate parameters over the past 60 years.
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Appendix E: Table showing most significant principal components of principal components analysis of tree stand data, and figures showing relationship of tree stand characteristics with species richness.
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Appendix F: Tables summarizing statistical results of regression of MFA dimensions with species richness and a summary of site characteristics that tend to be correlated with higher species richness.
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Appendix G: Figure showing relationship between species richness per site with latitude clustered within each order.
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