The relationship of vegetation to environmental factors in Wangsuk stream and Gwarim reservoir in Korea: II. Soil environments

@article{Kwon2006TheRO,
  title={The relationship of vegetation to environmental factors in Wangsuk stream and Gwarim reservoir in Korea: II. Soil environments},
  author={Gi Jin Kwon and Bo Ah Lee and Jong Min Nam and Jae Geun Kim},
  journal={Ecological Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={75-86}
}
This paper presents a quantitative account of vegetation–soil environmental factor relationships in the Wangsuk stream (WS) and the Gwarim reservoir (GR) in Korea. Vegetation and the following soil variables were investigated in May, August and October 2004: pH, conductivity, water content, organic matter, total nitrogen content, NH4–N content, PO4–P content, total Ca, Mg, K, and Na content, extractable Ca, Mg, K and Na content, soil texture, distance from the channel, and elevation above water… CONTINUE READING
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