A hydrological tracer study of water uptake depth in a Scots pine forest under two different water regimes

@article{Plamboeck1999AHT,
  title={A hydrological tracer study of water uptake depth in a Scots pine forest under two different water regimes},
  author={Agneta H. Plamboeck and H. Grip and U. Nygren},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={1999},
  volume={119},
  pages={452-460}
}
Little is known about the vertical distribution of water uptake by trees under different water supply regimes, the subject of this study, conducted in a Scots pine stand on sandy loam in northern Sweden. The objective was to determine the water uptake distribution in pines under two different water regimes, desiccation (no precipitation) and irrigation (2 mm day−1 in July and 1 mm day−1 in August), and to relate the uptake to water content, root and soil texture distributions. The natural 18O… CONTINUE READING

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