Nutrient export by leaching and whole-tree harvesting in a loblolly pine and mixed oak forest

  title={Nutrient export by leaching and whole-tree harvesting in a loblolly pine and mixed oak forest},
  author={Dale W. Johnson and Donald E. Todd},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
The combined effects of whole-tree harvesting (WTH) and soil leaching by both acid deposition and naturally-produced carbonic acid were evaluated in a mixed oak and a loblolly pine forest growing on similar soils in the Ridge and Valley province of eastern Tennessee. It was hypothesized that nutrient export via WTH would be greater in a mixed oak stand than in the loblolly pine stand because of greater nutrient concentrations in oak and hickory species than in pine. This hypothesis was true for… CONTINUE READING
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