Biodiversity Science ›› 2000, Vol. 08 ›› Issue (4): 361-369.doi: 10.17520/biods.2000051
• 论文 •
ZHANG Li-Xia, ZHANG Feng, SHANGGUAN Tie-Liang
Three richness indices , four species diversity indices and five evenness indices were used to analyze
vegetation in Luya Mountains , Shanxi. In addition , relationships among these indices were studied by correlation analysis. The results indicated that : 1) the evenness indices increased with the increase of elevation ,
while the richness indices and species diversity indices showed the opposite trend ; 2) the species diversity indices order of the vegetation type was as follows : deciduous broad-leaf forest > coniferous and broad-leaf forest
> warm coniferous forest > cool temperate coniferous forest > deciduous broad-leaf shrub > subalpine shrub and
grassland > herb- shrub ; 3) the relationship among the 12 diversity indices were well reflected by the two- dimensional ordination diagram of DCA ; 4) there were very significant correlation among richness indices , among species diversity indices and among evenness indices. All richness indices , species diversity indices and
evenness indices were compared with each other , in which R0 、N1 、N2 、E4 and E5 were superior to the others.
ZHANG Li-Xia, ZHANG Feng, SHANGGUAN Tie-Liang. Vegetation diversity of Luya Mountains. (2000) Biodiv Sci, 08(4), 361-369.
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