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Table 1 Kruskal-Wallis significance tests of difference in slope between different land covers in each study area. Source means the origin of variance, and it includes the variance between groups (different land covers) and error (geomorphometric value in the same land cover); SS means sum of square; MS represent standard deviation, and it could reflect the degree of dispersion of a dataset; chi sq. is the H-statistic of the Kruskal-Wallis test, which is approximately chi-square distributed. The Prob. > chi sq. is the p value

From: Geomorphometric characterisation of natural and anthropogenic land covers

 SourceSSMSChi sq.Prob. > chi sq.
FloodplainGroups1.22E+093.04E+08583.765.06E-125
Error9.20E+091.84E+06  
Total1.04E+10   
Plain to hillyGroups4.23E+091.06E+092031.160
Error6.18E+091.24E+06  
Total1.04E+10   
HillyGroups5.86E+091.465E+092813.10
Error4.55E+09911886.3  
Total1.04E+10   
MountainGroups5.99E+082.0E+08449.184.90E-97
Error4.73E+091.18E+06  
Total5.33E+09