Seasonal patterns of water uptake in Populus tremuloides and Picea glauca on a boreal reclamation site is species specific and modulated by capping soil depth and slope position

@article{Merlin2019SeasonalPO,
  title={Seasonal patterns of water uptake in Populus tremuloides and Picea glauca on a boreal reclamation site is species specific and modulated by capping soil depth and slope position},
  author={Morgane Merlin and Simon M. Landh{\"a}usser},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2019},
  volume={439},
  pages={487-504}
}
AimsSoil water availability is important for tree growth and varies with topographic position and soil depth. We aim to understand how two co-occurring tree species with distinct rooting and physiological characteristics respond to those two variables during two climatically distinct growing seasons.MethodsGrowing season (May to September) sap and transpiration fluxes were monitored using heat ratio method sap flow sensors on Populus tremuloides and Picea glauca in 2014 and 2015 growing along a… CONTINUE READING

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