Litterfall and nutrient return in five tree species in a common garden experiment

@inproceedings{Hansen2009LitterfallAN,
  title={Litterfall and nutrient return in five tree species in a common garden experiment},
  author={Karin Hansen and Lars Vesterdal and Inger Kappel Schmidt and Per Gundersen and Lisbeth Sevel and Annemarie Bastrup-Birk and Lars Bo Pedersen and J{\o}rgen Bille-Hansen},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Canopy litterfall is a significant pathway for return of nutrients and carbon (C) to the soil in forest ecosystems. Litterfall was studied in five even-aged stands of Norway spruce, Sitka spruce, Douglas-fir, European beech and common oak at three different locations in Denmark; two sandy sites, Ulborg and Lindet in Jutland, and one loamy site, Frederiksborg on Zealand. Litterfall was collected during three years from 1994 to 1996 in all five species and during six years from 1994 to… CONTINUE READING

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