N uptake and N status in ponderosa pine as affected by soil compaction and forest floor removal

@article{Gmez2004NUA,
  title={N uptake and N status in ponderosa pine as affected by soil compaction and forest floor removal},
  author={Armando G{\'o}mez and Robert F. Powers and Michael J. Singer and William R. Horwath},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={242},
  pages={263-275}
}
Soil compaction and forest floor removal influence fundamental soil processes that control forest productivity and sustainability. We investigated effects of soil compaction and forest floor removal on tree growth, N uptake and N status in ponderosa pine. Factorial combinations of soil compaction (non-compacted and compacted) and forest floor removal (forest floor present and no forest floor) were applied to three different surface soil textures. For studying N uptake, four trees from every… CONTINUE READING
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