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Table 5 Multiple comparisons of the micro-topography, and flow parameters in the wetland at different sampling stations using Tukey Post-hoc analysis

From: Variation in species assemblages due to micro-topography and flow regime govern vegetation carbon stock in seasonal floodplain wetlands

ParametersStation
(I)
Station
(J)
Mean difference
(IJ)
Micro-topographyWidth
(m)
Station 1Station 2− 1192.36*
Station 311.83ns
Station 4− 1694.86**
Station 55.14 ns
Station 2Station 31204.19*
Station 4− 502.49ns
Station 51197.50*
Station 3Station 4− 1706.69**
Station 5− 6.69ns
Station 4Station 51699.99**
Cross-sectional area
(m2)
Station 1Station 2− 559.36ns
Station 32.49 ns
Station 4− 1163.91**
Station 5− 9.83 ns
Station 2Station 3561.86 ns
Station 4− 604.55 ns
Station 5549.53 ns
Station 3Station 4− 1166.41**
Station 5− 12.33 ns
Station 4Station 51154.09**
Water flow regimeWater velocity
(m s − 1)
Station 1Station 20.33833*
Station 30.01500 ns
Station 40.33833*
Station 50.15000 ns
Station 2Station 3− 0.32333*
Station 40.00000 ns
Station 5− 0.18833 ns
Station 3Station 40.32333*
Station 50.13500 ns
Station 4Station 5− 0.18833 ns
Water discharge
(Cubic m s−1)
Station 1Station 24.87168*
Station 30.52857 ns
Station 44.87168*
Station 52.31704 ns
Station 2Station 3− 4.34311*
Station 40.00000 ns
Station 5− 2.55463 ns
Station 3Station 44.34311*
Station 51.78847 ns
Station 4Station 5− 2.55463 ns
  1. Station 1 = inlet point 1, station 2 = middle point 2, station 3 = inlet point 2, station 4 = middle point 2; station 5 = outlet point, degree of freedom (n − 1) = 4; ns = non-significant
  2. *p < 0.05
  3. **p < 0.01