Rare Tree Species Pattern Diversity in Two Virgin Jungle Reserves in Pahang and Johor, Malaysia (ID 572-531)

Hikmat, Agus and Mohammad, Abdul Latiff and Ibrahim, Faridah Hanum and Jusoff, Kamaruzaman (2007) Rare Tree Species Pattern Diversity in Two Virgin Jungle Reserves in Pahang and Johor, Malaysia (ID 572-531). WSEAS Transactions on Environment and Development, 3 (3). pp. 51-58. ISSN 1790-5079

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Abstract

A study on the distribution pattern of rare tree species was carried out in Bukit Bauk Virgin Jungle Reserve (VJR), Terengganu and Gunung Pulai VJR, Johor. A single plot of 2 ha (100 m x 200 m) was established in each VJR by using purposive sampling design. The plot was further divided into contiguous 50 subplots of 20 x 20 m2. Based on the IUCN categories, six species are critically endangered and two species vulnerable in Bukit Bauk VJR. In Gunung Pulai, five species each are critically endangered and vulnerable. Both VJRs registered tree species distribution that is random and clumped in different proportions.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Spatial distribution, Rare tree species, Virgin Jungle Reserves, Conservation, IUCN
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Forestry
ID Code:7726
Deposited By: Norhazura Hamzah
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