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Table 2 The effect of elevation, slope, aspect, and species richness on AGC stock

From: Tree species diversity predicts aboveground carbon storage through functional diversity and functional dominance in the dry evergreen Afromontane forest of Hararghe highland, Southeast Ethiopia

  Est. SE t value p value BP DW VIF
Intercept 27.43 19.63 1.398 0.168 0.8 2.299 1.125
Elevation −0.004 0.007 −0.551 0.584    
Adjusted R2 (%) 11.332       
Intercept 19.899 1.731 11.5 < 0.001 0.813 2.094 1.077
Slope −0.104 0.045 −2.29 0.026    
Adjusted R2 (%) 17.414       
Intercept 15.92 2.145 7.42 < 0.001 0.997 2.238 1.056
Aspect 0.183 0.472 0.387 0.701    
Adjusted R2 (%) 11.631       
Intercept −2.809 22.01 −0.128 0.898 0.13 2.238 1.309
Elevation 0.004 0.007 0.573 0.568    
Species richness 0.783 0.358 2.185 0.034    
Adjusted R2 (%) 15.51       
  1. AGC aboveground biomass carbon, Est. estimates of regression coefficients, SE standard errors, BP p values for Breusch-Pagan tests, DW Durbin-Watson autocorrelation statistic, VIF value inflation factor, R2 coefficient of determination