Topographic and climatic controls on soil environments and net primary production in a rugged temperate hardwood forest in Korea

@article{Kang2005TopographicAC,
  title={Topographic and climatic controls on soil environments and net primary production in a rugged temperate hardwood forest in Korea},
  author={Sinkyu Kang and Dowon Lee and Jangho Lee and Steven W. Running},
  journal={Ecological Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={64-74}
}
Eight years (1994–2001) of field data and a biogeochemical process model, BIOME-BGC, were used to examine effects of local topography and inter-annual climatic variability on soil physical (i.e., soil moisture and temperature) and biogeochemical (i.e., organic matter content, soil respiration, and leaf litter production) variables in a temperate hardwood forest in Korea. The field data were collected from adjacent south-facing (S) and north-facing (N) slopes, respectively, to examine effects of… CONTINUE READING
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