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Fig. 2 | Ecological Processes

Fig. 2

From: Does white-tailed deer density affect tree stocking in forests of the Eastern United States?

Fig. 2

Deer density classes during 1982 (a original deer density classes, b after majority deer density class assigned to each county and joined to counties with tree stocking information) and 1996 (c original deer density classes, d after majority deer density class assigned to each county and joined to counties with tree stocking information). The low-density class is < 5.8 deer/km2, moderately low-density class is 5.8–11.6 deer/km2, and moderately high-density class is > 11.6 deer/km2, which includes high-density class of 17.4 deer/km2 for 1996

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