Snow depth differences at 10,080 ft. under Limber Pine, Engelmann Spruce, and Aspen trees. By Ryan Zubizarreta. Winter Ecology, 2010 Mountain Research Station, University of Colorado, Boulder EBIO 4100, Sec 570. Question.
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By Ryan Zubizarreta
Mountain Research Station,
University of Colorado, Boulder
EBIO 4100, Sec 570
Hypothesis Engelmann Spruce, and Aspen treesThere will be a significant difference at the .05 level that Engelmann Spruce will have a shallower snow pack underneath the canopy than the limber pine, therefore representing that more snow is caught in the canopy of the spruce compared to the pine.
.976 .644 .735
-4.68 -4.24 -1.58
1.71 1.71 1.71
Reject! Reject! Reject! (
3.89E-05 0.000122 0.062157
Why so close?
T-crit one tail
Accetp or reject?
Distance not dependent upon species
Distance not dependent upon distance effect
Same amount of snow under canopy of Pine and Spruce