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Following the above rules, the steps to enter a New Line-Point Intercept Report are as follows:

  • Data must be entered for all required fields marked with a red asterisk
    • NOTE: To add more than one Line-point Intercept Report to a location, the Collection Date and Transect Number must be different. E.g. Location CAB-31 can have multiple Line-point Intercept Reports uploaded if there are no duplicate Collection Dates. If there are multiple Line-point Intercept Reports with the same Collection Date, then the Transect Numbers must be different.

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  • Use the pencil icon to add species that have been encountered along the transect
    • NOTE: In all of the species selection pop up boxes, the user can either select the species by activating the drop down menu using the down arrow to the right of the field or start typing in the species name. The species list will auto-populate based on what the user types in this field.
    • Top Canopy field must be filled out with either a species code or the word “None”. None indicates there is no top canopy. 
      • Selecting the pencil icon in the top canopy field will activate the Upper Canopy Selection pop up box.
      • The user can select a species from the drop down menu or select the NONE button to fill in the top canopy field.
    • Lower Canopy Layers field allows up to 3 species codes to be entered for this layer. Duplicate species codes among the Lower Canopy Layers and the Top Canopy is NOT allowed.
      • Selecting the pencil icon in the lower canopy fields will activate the Lower Canopy Selection pop up box.
      • The user can select from the Species field or the Layer field. If a species is selected from the Species field, the user must select the Add Species button to add the species to the form. 
      • The Layer field contains codes specific to the Lower Canopy Layers fields. If a code is selected from this field, the user must select the Add Layer button to add the code to the form.
    • Soil Surface field can contain a species code or a code specific to the soil surface. A species code entered in the Top Canopy or the Lower Canopy Layers fields are allowed to be entered in the Soil Surface field. In this case duplicate species codes are permitted.
      • Selecting the pencil icon in the Soil Surface fields will activate the Soil Surface Selection pop up box.
      • The user can select from the Species field or the Soil Surface field.
      • If a species is selected from the Species field, the user must select the Add Species button to add the species to the form. The Soil Surface field contains codes specific to the Soil Surface field.
      • If a code is selected from this field, the user must select the Add Soil Surface button to add the code to the form.