Persistence of tree related patterns in soil nutrients following slash-and-burn disturbance in the tropics


Individual trees are known to influence soil chemical properties, creating spatial patterns that vary with distance from the stem. The influence of trees on soil chemical properties is commonly viewed as the agronomic basis for low-input agroforestry and shifting cultivation practices, and as an important source of spatial heterogeneity in forest soils. Few… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1004503023973


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