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For invertebrates, We will pool the data across tree species for the inverts. I
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For invertebrates, We will pool the data across tree species for the inverts. I
For invertebrates, We will pool the data across tree species for the inverts. In other words, we will have one compilation of data for long-leaf pines and one for live oaks (2 spreadsheet tabs). Then, you will calculate H and EH for each species of tree by setting up the calculations in excel (2 more spreadsheet tabs). Make sure all tabs are labeled. For birds, You will calculate H and EH for each area of campus. Again, you will set your calculations up in an Excel and do the calculations that way. This will result in 4 spreadsheet tab. Label all tabs. Online Shannon index calculators may be useful to check your work, but you can’t use them to do your calculations. Here is a video on doing Shannon-Wiener with Excel that may help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9TvlB4hf7k The written portion of your lab report will be a Word document which mimics a Results & Discussion section. You should describe your results, both invertebrate and bird diversity (separately of course), and why you think these results may have occurred. You can use literature citations if you want, but it isn’t required. If you want to use data tables or figures you may so long as they have stand-alone titles and are referenced in text. I am going to upload the results later.

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