Influence of forest age on nutrient availability and storage in coniferous soils of the Oregon Coast Range

@inproceedings{Entry1995InfluenceOF,
  title={Influence of forest age on nutrient availability and storage in coniferous soils of the Oregon Coast Range},
  author={James A. Entry and William H. Emmingham},
  year={1995}
}
  • James A. Entry, William H. Emmingham
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • A substantial fraction of the organic matter and plant essential nutrients in forest ecosystems are contained in the soil. The role of soils in nutrient storage and availability is an essential component of ecosystem function and stability. The top 10 cm of soil contains the highest concentration of nutrients. To determine the influence of forest age on nutrient storage and availability in riparian soils, we compared concentrations, storage, and extractability of plant nutrients in the litter… CONTINUE READING

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