Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (1998)
Basic information
Sample name: Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project (1998)

Reference: P. A. Porneluzi, R. Brito-Aguilar, R. L. Clawson, and J. Faaborg. 2014. Long-term dynamics of bird use of clearcuts in post-fledging period. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126(4):623-634 [ER 1174]
Country: United States
State: Missouri

Coordinate: 37° 0' N, 91° 1' W
Basis of coordinate: based on nearby landmark
Geography comments: "in Carter, Reynolds, and Shannon counties" roughly centered on Van Buren (basis of coordinate)
Habitat: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest
Altered habitat: secondary forest
Substrate: ground surface
Disturbance: selective logging
MAT: 13.3
MAP: 1120.0
Habitat comments: "The nine study sites are large and average 400 ha in size... Oaks... occupy the canopy... At the start of the MOFEP project in 1990, most of the overstory trees were 5070 years old" and sites "were largely free from timber harvest or habitat manipulation for at least 40 years prior to the beginning of the study" but three sites were periodically clearcut and three were selectively logged
climate data are based on Li et al. (2009, Forest Ecology and Management)
Life forms: birds
Sampling methods: line transect, mist nets
Sample size: 306
Days: 2
Nets or traps: 1404
Net or trap nights: 2808
Sampling comments: there were "13 netlines per site (117 total netlines). A netline consisted of 12 nets (12 m long with 30 mm mesh) placed at 50 m intervals along grid lines spaced 300 m apart. Netlines were operated for two consecutive days from dawn to noon for a total of about 120 net hrs per line. Netting occurred during the first 3 weeks of July"
Sample: 1705
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2015-07-09 16:50:22
Modified: 2015-09-27 17:33:54
Abundance distribution
32 species
6 singletons
total count 306
extrapolated richness: 41.5
Fisher's α: 9.001
geometric series k: 0.8809
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.9182
Shannon's H: 2.8736
Good's u: 0.9804
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.