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Science Week: Day 4

Original Post: Find the Rattan
Date: March 28, 2012 at 8:15 AM

[NOTE: The links to Thin Red Line and More Rattan Counting are important parts of this re-posting. Have a look].


When I talk about rattan inventories (see Thin Red Line and More Rattan Counting), its important to remember that the field crews have to count and record the rattan plants in all size classes. Even the very small seedlings. This can be, as you might imagine, a very tedious and time-consuming task.  For example, can you find the two Calamus seedlings in the image above? Now scroll down and look at the image below. See what I mean about tedious and time-consuming? And the crews have to stay focused and keep looking plot after plot after plot.  

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