The microhistological technique: testing two central assumptions in south-central New Mexico
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CitationHavstad, K. M., & Donart, G. B. (1978). The microhistological technique: testing two central assumptions in south-central New Mexico. Journal of Range Management, 31(6), 469-470.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractTwo central assumptions of the microhistological technique were tested for their accuracy. The estimation of particle density by relative frequency proved to be accurate for equal-sized plant fragments. Ratios of identifiable to nonidentifiable fragments were neither equal to one nor equal between grass and forb fragments.