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Appendices

Appendix A: Map of 17 site locations.
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Appendix B: Relative density of all stems at eight native sites.
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Appendix C: Relative dominance of all stems at eight native sites.
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Appendix D: Relative density of all stems at nine novel sites.
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Appendix E: Relative dominance of all stems at nine novel sites.
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Appendix F: Allometric equations used to estimate aboveground biomass.
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Appendix G: Species-specific assignment of allometric equations and wood density values.
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Appendix H: Relative growth rates at eight native sites.
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Appendix I: Relative growth rates at nine novel sites.
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