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Social Network Analysis as a Tool for the Study of Ecological Succession Route in Reclaimed Landfills

E.M. Papatheodorou, G. Hatzoudis, P. Kapagianni, I. Tsiripidis, G.P. Stamou

Research in Plant Sciences. 2019, 7(1), 1-10 doi:10.12691/plant-7-1-1
  • Table 1. Network properties and metrics
  • Table 2. Values of certain global metrics estimated for the network of species interactions at the four studied sites (interactions were accounted for by employing the Pianka overlap Q index). R2, R9 and R13 represent the ages of restored sites at 2, 9 and 13 years, respectively, while SM-NAT represents the neighbouring natural site that was used as control
  • Table 3.Values of certain ego indicators and metrics estimated for the network of species interactions in the four studied sites (R2, R9 and R13 represent restored sites while SM-NAT represents the neighbouring natural site