## Table 5 |
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Summary of results of simple quasi-Poisson GLMs of number of Quercus kelloggii seedlings recruited (response variable) as a quadratic function of July average maximum
temperature measured at two heights (temp. height) |
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Temp. height |
Parm poly1 |
P (poly1) |
Parm poly 2 |
P (poly2) |
Adj R^{2} |
Dispers parm |

0.05 m | 5.431 | 0.021 | -0.070 | 0.018 | 0.63 | 3.90 |

2 m | 2.661 | 0.359 | -0.053 | 0.313 | 0.42 | 7.63 |

Parm poly1 is the estimated parameter for the linear term of the temperature variable,
and parm poly2 is the estimated parameter for the squared term. *P*() are the probabilities that those terms are not significantly different from zero.
Dispers parm is the dispersal parameter of the quasi-Poisson model.

Dingman * et al.*

Dingman * et al.* *Ecological Processes* 2013 **2**:30 doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-30