Canadian international development agency jamaica: Trees for Tomorrow Project Phase II



Yüklə 4.47 Kb.
PDF просмотр
səhifə1/57
tarix15.08.2017
ölçüsü4.47 Kb.
  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   57

 
CIDA Contract No. 504/15808 
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY 
 
 
 
 
Jamaica: Trees for Tomorrow Project 
Phase II
 
 
 
 
 
NATIONAL FOREST INVENTORY REPORT 2003 
 
 
VOLUME 2 OF 2 
 
APPENDIX VI: RESULTS TABLES 
 
 
 
 
 
prepared by
Roland Camirand, Land Use and Reforestation Advisor 
Owen B. Evelyn, National Project Manager 
Trees for Tomorrow Project 
 
 
July 2004 
 
 
 
 
TECSULT INTERNATIONAL 
4700, Boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel 
Québec, Québec Canada 
G1P 2J9 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page i 
TABLE OF CONTENTS 
 
 
Table1. Average, Coefficient of Variation and Sampling Error by Forest Type................. 1 
Table 2. Number of Stems by Hectare and DBH Class .......................................................... 3 
Table 3. Number of Stems by Hectare, DBH Class and Species Group............................. 27 
Table 4. Basal Area by Hectare and DBH Class (m
2
/ha) ..................................................... 58 
Table 5. Basal Area by Hectare, DBH Class and Species Group (m
2
/ha).......................... 80 
Table 6: Volume up to the Base of the Crown (overbark) by Hectare and DBH Class 
(m
3
/ha) ...................................................................................................................................... 113 
Table 7. Volume up to the Base of the Crown (overbark) by Hectare, DBH Class and 
Species Group (m
3
/ha)............................................................................................................ 147 
Table 8. Total Volume (overbark) by Hectare and DBH Class (m
3
/ha) .......................... 193 
Table 9. Volume up to 7 cm Top Diameter (overbark) by Hectare, DBH Class and 
Species Group (m
3
/ha).............................................................................................................225 
Table 10. Total Volume (overbark) by Hectare and DBH Class (m
3
/ha) .........................271 
Table 11. Total Volume (overbark) by Hectare, DBH Class and Species Group (m
3
/ha).... 
......................................................................................................................................................304 
Table 12. Stems/ha, Basal Area (m
2
/ha) and Volumes (m
3
/ha) .......................................351 
Table 13. Stems/ha, Basal Area (m
2
/ha) and Volumes (m
3
/ha) by Species Group .......374 
Table 14. Natural Regeneration (DBH <10 cm) ....................................................................407 
Table 15. Natural Regeneration (DBH <10 cm) by Species Group ....................................428 
Table 16. Tree Species Occurrence in Each Sample Unit by DBH Class (%)....................459 
Table 17. Number and Occurrence of Bird Species by Forest Type ..................................483 
Table 18. Number and Occurrence of Mammal and Reptile Species by Forest Type.....491 
Table 19. Summary of Landscape Attributes by Forest Type.............................................493 
Table 10. Summary of Soil Attributes by Forest Type.........................................................504 
 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page 1 
 
Table1. Average, Coefficient of Variation and Sampling Error by Forest Type
 
 
Watershed:
 
00
 
Jamaica
 
Averages (stems/ha, m2/ha and m3/ha)
 
Forest
 
Description
 
Area 
 
n
 
Number
 
Basal
 
Total Volume/ha
 
Com1 Volume/ha
 
Com2 Volume/ha
 
Base Crown V/ha
 
Type
 
Stems/ha
 
Area/ha
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
CS
 
Non-Forest Land Use and Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
165,639.
 
12
 
241.5
 
8.10
 
66.39
 
0.79
 
29.84
 
HP
 
Other Species Plantation
 
3,900.0
 
33
 
447.2
 
16.04
 
147.8
 
3.57
 
70.41
 
MG
 
Mangrove Forest
 
9,730.8
 
35
 
340.0
 
9.28
 
78.63
 
32.39
 
PF
 
Closed Broadleaf Forest
 
88,230.5
 
59
 
658.6
 
22.20
 
193.6
 
0.87
 
87.22
 
PP
 
Caribbean Pine Plantation
 
4,287.0
 
103
 
446.6
 
17.59
 
119.4
 
71.12
 
10.27
 
SC
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest and Non-Forest Land Use
 
165,953.
 
26
 
374.2
 
11.41
 
93.61
 
42.99
 
SF
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
174,724.
 
186
 
560.1
 
18.65
 
165.4
 
3.15
 
73.49
 
SL
 
Short Open Dry Forest
 
12,104.0
 
18
 
127.7
 
3.28
 
22.79
 
10.22
 
SW
 
Riparian / Swamp Forest
 
2,247.0
 
42
 
470.9
 
18.96
 
181.2
 
76.09
 
WL
 
Tall Open Dry Forest
 
41,998.5
 
80
 
245.0
 
5.57
 
37.76
 
18.03
 
Total
 
668,816.
 
594
 
415.6
 
13.45
 
114.6
 
1.61
 
51.28
 
Coefficients of Variation
 
Forest
 
Description
 
Area 
 
n
 
Number
 
Basal
 
Total Volume/ha
 
Com1 Volume/ha
 
Com2 Volume/ha
 
Base Crown 
 
Type
 
Stems/ha
 
Area/ha
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
CS
 
Non-Forest Land Use and Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
165,639.
 
12
 
98.9%
 
86.6%
 
90.0%
 
346.4
 
89.8%
 
HP
 
Other Species Plantation
 
3,900.0
 
33
 
54.7%
 
71.6%
 
87.5%
 
224.5
 
105.8
 
MG
 
Mangrove Forest
 
9,730.8
 
35
 
73.1%
 
99.2%
 
116.5
 
117.9
 
PF
 
Closed Broadleaf Forest
 
88,230.5
 
59
 
50.7%
 
53.2%
 
58.9%
 
508.8
 
57.4%
 
PP
 
Caribbean Pine Plantation
 
4,287.0
 
103
 
58.1%
 
71.9%
 
74.4%
 
87.1%
 
171.3
 
SC
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest and Non-Forest Land Use
 
165,953.
 
26
 
69.2%
 
63.8%
 
64.1%
 
65.3%
 
SF
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
174,724.
 
186
 
57.2%
 
73.4%
 
85.2%
 
547.1
 
80.8%
 
SL
 
Short Open Dry Forest
 
12,104.0
 
18
 
89.2%
 
126.6
 
135.0
 
125.7
 
SW
 
Riparian / Swamp Forest
 
2,247.0
 
42
 
53.2%
 
77.3%
 
122.9
 
110.7
 
WL
 
Tall Open Dry Forest
 
41,998.5
 
80
 
90.9%
 
99.6%
 
105.3
 
103.4
 
Total
 
668,816.
 
594
 
31.2%
 
34.6%
 
39.4%
 
285.9
 
37.9%
 
 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page 2 
 
Continued - Table 1. Average, Coefficient of Variation and Sampling Error by Forest Type 
 
Sampling Error at 95% probability
 
Forest
 
Description
 
Area 
 
n
 
Number
 
Basal
 
Total Volume/ha
 
Com1 Volume/ha
 
Com2 Volume/ha
 
Base Crown V/ha
 
Type
 
Stems/ha
 
Area/ha
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
ob
 
ib
 
CS
 
Non-Forest Land Use and Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
165,639.
 
12
 
55.9%
 
49.0%
 
50.9%
 
196.0
 
50.8%
 
HP
 
Other Species Plantation
 
3,900.0
 
33
 
18.7%
 
24.4%
 
29.9%
 
76.6%
 
36.1%
 
MG
 
Mangrove Forest
 
9,730.8
 
35
 
24.2%
 
32.9%
 
38.6%
 
39.0%
 
PF
 
Closed Broadleaf Forest
 
88,230.5
 
59
 
12.9%
 
13.6%
 
15.0%
 
129.8
 
14.6%
 
PP
 
Caribbean Pine Plantation
 
4,287.0
 
103
 
11.2%
 
13.9%
 
14.4%
 
16.8%
 
33.1%
 
SC
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest and Non-Forest Land Use
 
165,953.
 
26
 
26.6%
 
24.5%
 
24.7%
 
25.1%
 
SF
 
Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
174,724.
 
186
 
8.2%
 
10.5%
 
12.3%
 
78.6%
 
11.6%
 
SL
 
Short Open Dry Forest
 
12,104.0
 
18
 
41.2%
 
58.5%
 
62.4%
 
58.1%
 
SW
 
Riparian / Swamp Forest
 
2,247.0
 
42
 
16.1%
 
23.4%
 
37.2%
 
33.5%
 
WL
 
Tall Open Dry Forest
 
41,998.5
 
80
 
19.9%
 
21.8%
 
23.1%
 
22.7%
 
Total
 
668,816.
 
594
 
2.5%
 
2.8%
 
3.2%
 
23.0%
 
3.1%
 
 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page 3 
Table 2. Number of Stems by Hectare and DBH Class
 
Watershed:
 
00
 
Jamaica
 
Forest Type:
 
CS
 
Non-Forest Land Use and Disturbed Broadleaf Forest ( 165,640 ha, 12 sample units)
 
 
Watershed 00  Jamaica  Forest Type CS Non-Forest Land Use and Disturbed Broadleaf Forest
 
SpsCode
 
Scientific name
 
Dbh 10-14.9
 
15-19.9
 
20-24.9
 
25-29.9
 
30-34.9
 
35-39.9
 
40-49.9
 
50-59.9
 
60+cm
 
Total
 
% Total
 
1410703
 
Syzygium jambos
 
16.92
 
13.85
 
6.15
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
44.62
 
18.5%
 
1060201
 
Cedrela odorata
 
3.08
 
6.15
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
16.92
 
7.0%
 
0470701
 
Artocarpus altilis
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
15.38
 
6.4%
 
0680404
 
Ocotea martinicensis
 
9.23
 
3.08
 
12.31
 
5.1%
 
1040501
 
Simarouba glauca
 
9.23
 
3.08
 
12.31
 
5.1%
 
0470401
 
Cecropia peltata
 
6.15
 
6.15
 
12.31
 
5.1%
 
1410600
 
Eugenia spp.
 
10.77
 
10.77
 
4.5%
 
1410303
 
Pimenta dioica
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
7.69
 
3.2%
 
1720601
 
Spathodea campanulata
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
6.15
 
2.5%
 
0660102
 
Annona muricata
 
4.62
 
1.54
 
6.15
 
2.5%
 
1120201
 
Mangifera indica
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
4.62
 
1.9%
 
0580501
 
Neea nigricans
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
4.62
 
1.9%
 
1050103
 
Bursera simaruba
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
4.62
 
1.9%
 
0940503
 
Pithecellobium alexandri
 
3.08
 
1.54
 
4.62
 
1.9%
 
1540103
 
Manilkara sideroxylon
 
4.62
 
4.62
 
1.9%
 
0680406
 
Ocotea leucoxylon
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
0470600
 
Ficus spp.
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
1450101
 
Oreopanax capitatus
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
1120302
 
Spondias mombin
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
1131001
 
Blighia sapida
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
1070101
 
Byrsonima coriacea
 
3.08
 
3.08
 
1.3%
 
0800301
 
Clusia flava
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1230201
 
Ceiba pentandra
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1030304
 
Zanthoxylum martinicensis
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1131101
 
Cupania glabra
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1720403
 
Tabebuia platyantha
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1030703
 
Amyris balsamifera
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1720301
 
Catalpa longissima
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0930601
 
Haematoxylum 
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1540301
 
Sideroxylon portoricense
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1190701
 
Krugiodendron ferreum
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0951001
 
Andira inermis
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1802502
 
Antirhea jamaicensis
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0470801
 
Brosimum alicastrum
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
2020101
 
Pinus caribaea
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0940401
 
Samanea saman
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0250801
 
Cocos nucifera
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1040301
 
Picrasma excelsa
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1250201
 
Daphnopsis occidentalis
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
1410405
 
Psidium montanum
 
1.54
 
1.54
 
0.6%
 
0000000
 
Unknown / Unidentified
 
24.62
 
1.54
 
26.15
 
10.8%
 
 
Total Forest Type
 
CS
 
116.92
 
52.31
 
20.00
 
18.46
 
12.31
 
10.77
 
9.23
 
1.54
 
241.54
 
100.0%
 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page 4 
Continued - Table 2. Number of Stems by Hectare and DBH Class 
Watershed:
 
00
 
Jamaica
 
Forest Type:
 
HP
 
Other Species Plantation ( 3,900 ha, 33 sample units)
 
 
Watershed 00  Jamaica  Forest Type HP Other Species Plantation
 
SpsCode
 
Scientific name
 
Dbh 10-14.9
 
15-19.9
 
20-24.9
 
25-29.9
 
30-34.9
 
35-39.9
 
40-49.9
 
50-59.9
 
60+cm
 
Total
 
% Total
 
1221603
 
Hibiscus elatus
 
38.89
 
32.22
 
21.67
 
17.78
 
7.22
 
6.11
 
2.78
 
2.22
 
128.89
 
28.8%
 
1060302
 
Swietenia macrophylla
 
13.33
 
22.78
 
18.33
 
21.67
 
7.78
 
1.67
 
85.56
 
19.1%
 
1410802
 
Eucalyptus saligna
 
7.78
 
13.33
 
6.11
 
8.89
 
4.44
 
3.89
 
1.67
 
46.11
 
10.3%
 
2020101
 
Pinus caribaea
 
15.00
 
11.67
 
6.11
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.56
 
35.56
 
8.0%
 
1410801
 
Eucalyptus robusta
 
8.33
 
10.56
 
5.56
 
2.22
 
3.89
 
30.56
 
6.8%
 
0680500
 
Nectandra spp.
 
5.56
 
3.89
 
3.33
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
13.89
 
3.1%
 
1400501
 
Terminalia latifolia
 
5.56
 
2.22
 
2.22
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
11.11
 
2.5%
 
0470401
 
Cecropia peltata
 
2.22
 
2.22
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
6.67
 
1.5%
 
0680404
 
Ocotea martinicensis
 
3.89
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
5.56
 
1.2%
 
0680501
 
Nectandra antillana
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.56
 
5.56
 
1.2%
 
1450101
 
Oreopanax capitatus
 
2.22
 
2.22
 
4.44
 
1.0%
 
1092701
 
Alchornea latifolia
 
1.67
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
3.89
 
0.9%
 
1170101
 
Turpinia occidentalis
 
2.22
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
3.33
 
0.7%
 
0800401
 
Calophyllum calaba
 
2.22
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
3.33
 
0.7%
 
1030304
 
Zanthoxylum martinicensis
 
1.11
 
1.67
 
0.56
 
3.33
 
0.7%
 
1030306
 
Zanthoxylum elephantiasis
 
1.11
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
2.78
 
0.6%
 
1092001
 
Sapium jamaicense
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
2.78
 
0.6%
 
1060201
 
Cedrela odorata
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
2.22
 
0.5%
 
0490101
 
Grevillea robusta
 
2.22
 
2.22
 
0.5%
 
1131201
 
Matayba apetala
 
1.67
 
0.56
 
2.22
 
0.5%
 
1421300
 
Miconia spp.
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1270601
 
Laetia thamnia
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1803301
 
Cephaelis elata
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1230201
 
Ceiba pentandra
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
0910101
 
Prunus occidentalis
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
0540400
 
Coccoloba spp.
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
0930201
 
Bauhinia divaricata
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
0951001
 
Andira inermis
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1131101
 
Cupania glabra
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1090702
 
Drypetes alba
 
1.11
 
0.56
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
0940503
 
Pithecellobium alexandri
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1671501
 
Tectona grandis
 
1.67
 
1.67
 
0.4%
 
1720601
 
Spathodea campanulata
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1480102
 
Clethra occidentalis
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1540601
 
Pouteria multiflora
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1410600
 
Eugenia spp.
 
1.11
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1660602
 
Cordia gerascanthus
 
1.11
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1410702
 
Syzygium malaccense
 
1.11
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 
1092002
 
Sapium harrisii
 
0.56
 
0.56
 
1.11
 
0.2%
 

FORESTRY DEPARTMENT – TREES FOR TOMORROW PROJECT PHASE 2 
National Forest Inventory Report 2003 – Appendix VI
 
Page 5 
  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   ...   57


Verilənlər bazası müəlliflik hüququ ilə müdafiə olunur ©azkurs.org 2016
rəhbərliyinə müraciət

    Ana səhifə