Mondulkiri Protected Forest
Basic information
Sample name: Mondulkiri Protected Forest

Reference: T. N. E. Gray, W. J. McShea, A. Koehncke, P. Sovanna, and M. Wright. 2015. Artificial deepening of seasonal waterholes in eastern Cambodia: impact on water retention and use by large ungulates and waterbirds. Journal of Threatened Taxa 7(6):7189-7195 [ER 3035]
Country: Cambodia

Coordinate: 13° 5' N, 107° 30' E
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Geography comments: "located in eastern Cambodia is approximately 2120km2... The study was conducted within approximately 450km2 inside the proposed core zone"
Climate and habitat
Habitat: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest
Protection: forest reserve
Substrate: ground surface
Habitat comments: "deciduous dipterocarp forests... The study area, and modified waterholes, are all more than 30km away from the nearest village and not used at all by domestic ungulates"
Life forms: carnivores, ungulates, other small mammals, birds
Sampling methods: no design, automatic cameras
Sample size: 242
Years: 2012
Seasons: dry, wet or monsoon
Nets or traps: 5
Net or trap nights: 448
Camera type: digital
Cameras paired: no
Sampling comments: "In April 2011 six totally dry natural waterholes (henceforth modified waterhole) in the study area were artificially deepened up to 100cm... Between March and June 2012 (late dry-season to early wet-season) automatic camera-traps (Reconyx RapidFire Professional PC90; Reconyx) were placed at each of the modified waterholes... The camera-trap at waterhole # 4 malfunctioned without producing any data... Following the definition for 'independent encounter' by Phan et al. (2010), a total of 242 'independent' camera-trap photographs... were obtained"
Sample: 3280
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2019-03-16 12:51:42
Modified: 2019-03-16 12:52:23
Abundance distribution
23 species
6 singletons
total count 242
extrapolated richness: 32.9
Fisher's α: 6.246
geometric series k: 0.8150
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.8114
Shannon's H: 2.1918
Good's u: 0.9753
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.