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TIMETABLE

MONTH WEEK ACTIVITY


Sample sites were determined.
1
Transects were laid out.
Quadrats in each sample site were established.
2
Environmental conditions for wet season were recorded.
MAY
3
Environmental conditions for dry season were recorded.
4
Plant inventory was conducted for Site 2.
1 Environmental conditions for dry season were recorded.

2
JUNE
3 Environmental conditions for wet season were recorded.

1 Submission of First Update.


JULY
2 Reestablishment of quadrats in the sample sites.
Plant Inventory was constructed for Site 1.
3
Submission of Second Update.
4 Submission of Third Update.

1 Soil Analysis at SRA.


AUGUST Submission of Revised Chapters 1 & 2.
2
Collection of soil analysis results at SRA.
3
Continuation of construction of Plant Inventory for Site 1.
4
Submission of Chapters 3, 4 & 5
1

2
SEPTEMBER
Pre-Oral Defense
3
Submission of first draft.
4 Submission of second draft.
Submission of final draft
1
Oral Defense
2
OCTOBER
3

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BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS

Price

Folders, notepads P 200.00

Internet Card P 200.00

Bond Paper P 350.00

Straws, pegs, plastic bags P 80.00

Photocopy P 100.00

Transparencies P 20.00

Library dues P 100.00

Soil Analysis P 75/ sample P 150.00

TOTAL P 1200.00

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APPENDICES

Appendix A: Plant Inventory Table

Number of Individuals
Species Name Site 1 Site 2 Total
Quadrat 3 Quadrat 7 Quadrat 2 Quadrat 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
11
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2

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4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9

Appendix B: Table for Soil pH Values

Site 1 Site 2
Ph Quadrat 3 Quadrat 7 Quadrat 2 Quadrat 10
1
2
3
Average

Appendix C: Table for Soil Temperature Values

Site 1 Site 2
Temperature Quadrat 3 Quadrat 7 Quadrat 2 Quadrat 10
1
2
3
Average

Appendix D: Table for Humidity

Relative
Season Wet Bulb Dry Bulb Difference
Humidity
Wet Season
Dry Season

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Appendix E: Soil Analysis Table

Soil ANALYSIS
Site
Texture Organic
Material % P K Ca Mg
1
2

Appendix F: Tabulation of Species Diversity

Present in how
Species Density Relative Frequency Relative
many
transect
density Frequency
intervals?
(i) (Di) (RDi) (ji) (fi) (Rfi)

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Totals ∑ID= ∑RD= ∑f= ∑Rf=

Appendix G: Calculations for Density, Frequency, Relative Density, and Relative


Frequency

Density = Number of Individuals


Area Sampled

Frequency = Number of quadrats in which species occur


Number of quadrats examined

Relative Density = Density of a given species x 100


Total density of all species

Relative Frequency = Frequency of a given species x 100


Total frequency of all species

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