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Predictor Importance for red maple (Cyan Line) Relative to All Species (Boxplot)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Boxplots of Climate Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species

Boxplots
PPTAnnual precipitation (mm)
PPTMAYSEPMean May-September precipitation (mm)
JULJANDIFFMean difference between July and January Temperature (°C)
TAVGMean annual temperature (°C)
TJANMean January temperature (°C)
TJULMean July temperature (°C)
TMAYSEPMean May-September temperature (°C)

The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution of all the 134 species. The predictors are grouped by climate, soil, elevation and landscape.

Boxplots of Soil Property Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species

Boxplots of Soil Property Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species
AWCTotal available water capacity (cm, to 152 cm)
BDSoil bulk density (g/cm3)
CLAYPercent clay (< 0.002 mm size)
KFFACTSoil erodibility factor, rock fragment free
NO10Percent soil passing sieve No. 10 (coarse)
NO200Percent soil passing sieve No. 200 (fine)
OMOrganic matter content (% by weight)
ORDPotential soil productivity (m3 of timber/ha)
PERMSoil permeability rate (cm/hr)
PHSoil pH
ROCKDEPDepth to bedrock (cm)
SLOPESoil slope (%) of a soil component

The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution of all the 134 species. The predictors are grouped by climate, soil, elevation and landscape.

Boxplots of Soil Type Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species

Boxplots of Soil Type Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species
ALFISOLAlfisol (%)
ARIDISOLAridisol (%)
ENTISOLEntisol (%)
HISTOSOLHistosol (%)
INCEPTISInceptisol (%)
MOLLISOLMollisol (%)
SPODOSOLSpodosol (%)
ULTISOLUltisol (%)
VERITSOLVertisol (%)

The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution of all the 134 species. The predictors are grouped by climate, soil, elevation and landscape.

Boxplots of Elevation Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species

Boxplots of Elevation Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species
ELV_CVElevation coefficient of variation
ELV_MAXMaximum elevation (m)
ELV_MEANAverage elevation (m)
ELV_MINMinimum elevation (m)
ELV_RANGRange of elevation (m)

The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution of all the 134 species. The predictors are grouped by climate, soil, elevation and landscape.

Boxplots of Landscape Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species

Boxplots of Landscape Predictor Values for red maple Relative to all the 134 Species
AGRICULTCropland (%)
FORESTForest land (%)
FRAGFragmentation Index (Riitters et al. 2002)
NONFORNonforest land (%)
WATERWater (%)

The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution of all the 134 species. The predictors are grouped by climate, soil, elevation and landscape.

PHSoil pH
PPTAnnual precipitation (mm)
TAVGMean annual temperature (°C)
TJANMean January temperature (°C)
TJULMean July temperature (°C)
TMAYSEPMean May-September temperature (°C)
SPODOSOLSpodosol (%)
ELV_MINMinimum elevation (m)
ELV_MAXMaximum elevation (m)
ELV_RANGRange of elevation (m)
ELV_MEANAverage elevation (m)
ELV_CVElevation coefficient of variation
ALFISOLAlfisol (%)
ARIDISOLAridisol (%)
ENTISOLEntisol (%)
HISTOSOLHistosol (%)
INCEPTISInceptisol (%)
KFFACTSoil erodibility factor, rock fragment free
SLOPESoil slope (%) of a soil component
ULTISOLUltisol (%)
VERITSOLVertisol (%)
WATERWater (%)
AWCTotal available water capacity (cm, to 152 cm)
BDSoil bulk density (g/cm3)
CLAYPercent clay (< 0.002 mm size)
JULJANDIFFMean difference between July and January Temperature (°C)
MOLLISOLMollisol (%)
NO10Percent soil passing sieve No. 10 (coarse)
NONFORNonforest land (%)
OMOrganic matter content (% by weight)
ORDPotential soil productivity (m3 of timber/ha)
PERMSoil permeability rate (cm/hr)
PPTMAYSEPMean May-September precipitation (mm)
ROCKDEPDepth to bedrock (cm)
FRAGFragmentation Index (Riitters et al. 2002)
FORESTForest land (%)
AGRICULTCropland (%)
NO200Percent soil passing sieve No. 200 (fine)