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Introduction The experiments that were carried out on Damian Bluff were to use plot method calculations and quarter method calculations to find out what species of trees are in the area and how to characterize each tree The plot method was used to produce an ecological importance value for each species The quarter method is a type of plotless methods The trees were observed to find out what kind they were The experiments were carried out on both the north and the south sides of Damian Bluff to observe the differences and similarities each side has The trees names were found using the book A key to the Woody Plants of Minnesota by Brother Charles Severin There are two different names for every tree One name is the common name which is like the Hackberry The other is a scientific name in Latin combining two names of binomial nomenclature that consists of the generic name of the tree first then the species designation name second Forestry is a science that seeks out to know what a forest has gone through in previous years and how the forest is doing today There were no hypothesizes drawn for the first experiments because the experiments dealt with observations for the first time by the class Before the second time of going up to observe the trees on the bluffs there were some hypothesizes The hypothesizes were that the trees that were found on the north side of the bluff needed less light to grow than the trees on the south side of the bluff Therefore the trees on the south side needed more light to grow than the trees on the north side Methods The Damian Bluff experiments all started out by first understanding what was going to be done in the field and why it would be done The instructions on what information was needed to be collected included that each group had to turn in
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