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Fire history influences on the spatial heterogeneity of soil nitrogen transformations in three adjacent stands in a dry tropical forest in Thailand
Spatial patterns of soil nitrogen (N) transformations were examined using geostatistical analysis in three adjacent stands with different fire history (0, 10 and 35 years since the latest fire,
Carbon Pools of Indigenous and Exotic Trees Species in a Forest Plantation, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
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The results suggested that A. crassicarpa and A. indica were the most appropriate species for rapid carbon sequestration, with native tree species, such as Tectona grandis and Xylia xylocarpa, being alternative choices.
Vertical Structure of Phyllosphere Fungal Communities in a Tropical Forest in Thailand Uncovered by High-Throughput Sequencing
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Overall, this study showed the variability of phyllosphere fungal communities along the vertical gradient of plant vegetation and environmental conditions, suggesting the significance of biotic and abiotic variation for the species diversity ofphyllosphere fungi.
Nutrient dynamics of natural evergreen forests in the eastern region of Thailand
The objective of this study was to investigate the nutrient dynamics of natural evergreen forests in the Eastern Region of Thailand. Study sites included the moist evergreen forest (MEF) and hill
STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL EVERGREEN FORESTS IN EASTERN REGION OF THAILAND
The structural characteristics of natural evergreen forests in eastern region of Thailand was studied in moist evergreen forest (MEF), hill evergreen forest (HEF) at Khao Khitchakut National Park,
Changes in soil bacterial community profiles associated with deforestation in the Sakaerat Environmental Research Station, Thailand : comparisons between soils of the original forest and bare ground
Multivariate profiling of soil bacterial communities provides information that will possibly contribute to the conservation and rehabilitation of the environment. In the Sakaerat Environmental
Semiquantitative color profiling of soils over a land degradation gradient in Sakaerat, Thailand
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Most color variation patterns had nonlinear relationships with the intensity of the land degradation gradient, due to effects of fire that darkened the deciduous forest soil, masking the nature of the soil as the intermediate between the evergreen forest and the bare ground soils.
Seasonal changes in soil respiration and microbial biomass in five tropical tree plantations in Thailand
Since microbial biomass is a key factor controlling nutrient dynamics in the soil through mineralization of soil organic nutrients or microbial turnover, investigating the seasonal changes of
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