At the end of September and the beginning of October, 2011, a year-end ecological survey was carried out in heihe river basin for plants of different desert types to stop growing.
There are altogether 8 survey and observation fields, which are: piedmont desert, piedmont gobi, middle reaches desert, middle reaches gobi, middle reaches desert, lower reaches desert, lower reaches gobi and lower reaches desert, with a size of 40m×40m.
Three 20m×20m large quadrats were fixed in each observation field, named S1, S2 and S3, and regular shrub surveys were conducted.Each large quadrat was fixed with 4 5m x 5m small quadrats, named A, B, C, D, for the herbal survey.
File name: the data is stored in the form of XLS, file name: "2011- photosynthetic organ character data of desert plants. xls".</p><p>Data reading: it can be opened and read by Office, Wps and other Office software.
1. Su, P. X. , Xie, T. T. , & Zhou, Z. J. . (2011). C4 plant species and geographical distribution in relation to climate in the desert vegetation of china. Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions, 003(5), 381-391.(View Details |Download )Cite as:
Su, P. (2013). < b>The annual ecological investigation data of desert vegetation with different desert types in Heihe River basin (2011)</b>2013. doi: 10.3972/heihe.061.2013.db. (Download the reference： RIS | Bibtex )
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