Fifty-year biogeochemical effects of green ash, white pine, and Norway spruce in a replicated experiment

@inproceedings{Binkley1991FiftyyearBE,
  title={Fifty-year biogeochemical effects of green ash, white pine, and Norway spruce in a replicated experiment},
  author={Dan Binkley and David Wade Valentine},
  year={1991}
}
Binkley, D. and Valentine, D., 1991. Fifty-year biogeochemical effects of green ash, white pine, and Norway spruce in a replicated experiment. For. Ecol. Manage., 40:13-25. Few long-term, replicated experiments are available to provide information on the effects of tree species on soil chemistry and ecosystem biogeochemistry. We examined replicated, 50-year-old plots of green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica Marsh), white pine (Pinus strobus L.), and Norway spruce [ Picea abies ( L. ) Karst. ] that… CONTINUE READING

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