Soil–vegetation relationships in cerrados under different fire frequencies

@article{Silva2008SoilvegetationRI,
  title={Soil–vegetation relationships in cerrados under different fire frequencies},
  author={Danilo Muniz da Silva and Marco Ant{\^o}nio Batalha},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2008},
  volume={311},
  pages={87-96}
}
Fire is an important ecological factor that structures savannas, such as the cerrado, by selecting plant species and altering soil nutrient content. In Emas National Park, central Brazil, we compared soils under three different fire regimes and their relationship to the cerrado species they support. We collected 25 soil and vegetation samples at each site. We found differences in soil characteristics (p < 0.05), with fertility and fire frequency positively related: in the annually burned site… CONTINUE READING
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