Biomass and nutrient distribution in aspen, pine, and spruce stands on the same soil type in Minnesota

@inproceedings{Alban1978BiomassAN,
  title={Biomass and nutrient distribution in aspen, pine, and spruce stands on the same soil type in Minnesota},
  author={David H. Alban and Donald A. Perala and Bryce E. Schlaegel},
  year={1978}
}
Vegetation and soils were sampled in adjacent 40-year-old stands of red pine (Pinusresinosa Ait.), jack pine (Pinusbanksiana Lamb.), white spruce (Piceaglauca (Moench.) Voss), and aspen (Populustremuloides Michx., P. grandidentata Michx.) on a very fine sandy loam soil in north-central Minnesota. Total tree biomass was greatest for red pine followed by aspen, spruce, and jack pine. Nutrient weights (N, P, K, Ca, Mg) in the trees were greatest in aspen followed generally by spruce, red pine, and… CONTINUE READING

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