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Production and turnover of N2 fixing nodules in relation to foliage development in periodically pruned Erythrina poeppigiana (Leguminosae) trees
Abstract Many multi-purpose leguminous trees are managed by means of periodic prunings. A study on the dynamics of N 2 fixing nodules in five sources of the neotropical agroforestry tree speciesExpand
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Sulfur degassing at Erta Ale (Ethiopia) and Masaya (Nicaragua) volcanoes: Implications for degassing processes and oxygen fugacities of basaltic systems†
[1] We investigate the relationship between sulfur and oxygen fugacity at Erta Ale and Masaya volcanoes. Oxygen fugacity was assessed utilizing Fe3+/∑Fe and major element compositions measured inExpand
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Cover of tall trees best predicts California spotted owl habitat
Abstract Restoration of western dry forests in the USA often focuses on reducing fuel loads. In the range of the spotted owl, these treatments may reduce canopy cover and tree density, which couldExpand
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Organic matter and wetting capacity distribution in aggregates of Chilean soils
Abstract The wetting capacity of Hapludands and Palehumults under grassland and forest in southern Chile was assessed by measuring contact angles of solid, water and air interfaces. MicroaggregatesExpand
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Burned forest characterization at single-tree level with airborne laser scanning for assessing wildlife habitat
Abstract Abundance, size, and spatial distribution of standing dead trees (snags), are key indicators of forest biodiversity and ecosystem health. These metrics represent critical habitat componentsExpand
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Unprecedented remote sensing data over King and Rim megafires in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.
Megafires have lasting social, ecological, and economic impacts and are increasing in the western contiguous United States. Because of their infrequent nature, there is a limited sample of megafiresExpand
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Estudio sinecológico del bosque de roble-laurel-lingue del centro-sur de Chile
SUMMARY The mixed partially deciduous roble-laurel-lingue forest (Nothofago-Perseetum linguae) covered the Intermediate Depression in south-central Chile between the cities of Victoria and PuertoExpand
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Why l1 Is a Good Approximation to l0: A Geometric Explanation
In practice, we usually have partial information; as a result, we have several dierent possibilities consistent with the given measurements and the given knowledge. For example, in geosciences,Expand
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