HYDROLOGIC AND WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF HARVESTING AND REGENERATION OF A DRAINED PINE FOREST

@inproceedings{SkaggsHYDROLOGICAW,
  title={HYDROLOGIC AND WATER QUALITY EFFECTS OF HARVESTING AND REGENERATION OF A DRAINED PINE FOREST},
  author={Richard W. Skaggs}
}
Data on precipitation, weather, water tables, outflows, and nutrient concentrations from two paired watersheds (Dl-control and D2-treatment) on a pine forest in Coastal North Carolina were measured during 1988-90 calibration period to characterize the pre-treatment hydrology and water quality. Similarly, measured data from 199 5 (D2 harvested) to 2004 (seven years after planting in 1997) were then used for evaluating the effects of harvesting and regeneration (D2) using a paired watershed… CONTINUE READING

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