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Appendix 2: Figure A1
Figure A1. Frequency distributions of the Table 1: (a) total biomass dry weights, (b) the live-dead ratios, (c) optimized extinction coef-
ficients (KM), (d) leaf distribution angle (LAD) calculated from KM, (e) leaf area index (KMLAI) based on KM, and (f) the leaf area index
(LAILAD) based on LAD. Collectively, there is no noticeably pattern in the fairly evenly distributed biophysical variables.
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