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Calculate the intersection (i.e. overlap) between the two layers (Vector > Geoprogressing Tools > Intersect...). Use the drop down menus to select the two layers, and specify a location to save the output shapefile. The resulting layer will have attributes from both input layers (e.g. "actual cover" and "target cover"). You can then filter this layer ...


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I see this more as a statistical question than a GIS one. Or maybe it's just my training. Assuming there is data representing each tree (labelled something like Tree1, Tree2, etc. in the database) and there are also fields for each of the states (survived, born, died) in each layer. I would write up a research question for each, something like this: What is ...



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