Soil – plant relationships and tree distribution in old growth Nothofagus betuloides and Nothofagus pumilio forests of Tierra del Fuego

@inproceedings{Romanya2004SoilP,
  title={Soil – plant relationships and tree distribution in old growth Nothofagus betuloides and Nothofagus pumilio forests of Tierra del Fuego},
  author={Joan Romany{\`a}a and Jaume Fonsb and Teresa Sauras-Yerac and Emilia Guti{\'e}rrezd and V. Ramon Vallejoc},
  year={2004}
}
  • Joan Romanyàa, Jaume Fonsb, +2 authors V. Ramon Vallejoc
  • Published 2004
The evergreen Nothofagus betuloides and deciduous Nothofagus pumilio live close together in Tierra del Fuego. The fact that these two species rarely form mixed forests suggests that the soil factor can contribute to the distribution of two species on a local scale. Most of these forests are undisturbed; therefore, soil characteristics may reflect both the influence of the species and of the dominant pedogenetic processes. In this paper, we aim to study how soil characteristics can affect… CONTINUE READING
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