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Diameter increments for six mangrove tree species in the Sundarbans forest of Bangladesh



Diameter increments for six mangrove tree species in the Sundarbans forest of Bangladesh



Bangladesh Journal of Forest Science 21(1/2): 7-12



Analyses are presented of data collected on six occasions from 1977 to 1990 from 12 permanent sample plots in mangrove forests throughout the Sundarbans. Diameter at breast height (d.b.h.) increment for the two most important species - sundri (Heritiera fomes), and gewa (Excoecaria agallocha) were estimated separately for all site qualities/height classes and salinity zones. Mean annual d.b.h. increments ranged from 0.062 cm to 0.151 cm for sundri and 0.049 cm to 0.189 cm for gewa.

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