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Table 2 Range and mean of juvenile density and annual growth (measured to the nearest cm) and percentage of sites at which each species was present. Sites were sampled in 2016 on the Tripod Complex fires in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Washington, USA

From: Topography and post-fire climatic conditions shape spatio-temporal patterns of conifer establishment and growth

Species Density range (stems ha−1) Density mean (SE) (stems ha−1) Growth range (cm yr−1) Growth mean (SE) (cm yr−1) Frequency (%)
Subalpine fir 0 to 127 4 (<1) 3 to 13 7 (<1) 8
Western larch 0 to 5118 164 (15) 1 to 67 10 (<1) 20
Lodgepole pine 0 to 28 928 3781 (114) 1 to 75 16 (<1) 86
Engelmann spruce 0 to 806 35 (3) 1 to 19 5 (<1) 20
Ponderosa pine 0 to 3158 387 (16) 2 to 45 14 (<1) 51
Douglas-fir 0 to 1401 139 (5) 2 to 30 7 (<1) 65
All species 102 to 29 234 4511 (115) 1 to 75 15 (<1) 100