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princess001 princess001
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9 years ago
I have attached the two pictures below

1. Examine the three diagrams of hypothetical moose populations. What are the two different distribution patterns shown?

2. The shaded parts of the diagrams represent the transects that were used to sample each population. calculate the area per transect. (1.0 cm represents 1.0km)

3. For each hypothetical population, count the moose within each transect

4. For each hypothetical population, calculate the average number of moose per transect

5. Calculate the average density of each hypothetical moose population.
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9 years ago
An update?
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princess001 Author
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9 years ago
I have not done this question I still need help on it
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9 years ago
Did anyone find an answer for this?
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9 years ago
I am also so struggling with this question. Any help would be greatly appreciated:)
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9 years ago
I answered it here: https://biology-forums.com/index.php?topic=74897.0
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8 years ago
God Bless you  lol Grinning Face Grinning Face lol
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2 weeks ago
TY :)
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