Calcium and Magnesium Losses from Cultivation of Forest Land
Abstract:The history of cultivated steep slopes in this country is one of land erosion, exhaustion, and abandonment. As a result, in many regions foresters are confronted with the problem of reclothing abandoned and unproductive lands with trees. Before this can be done successfully, knowledge is needed regarding the adaptability of tree species, especially under the changed soil conditions which follow deforestation and cultivation. The Central States Forest Experiment Station has undertaken a study of the relationships that exist between forest trees and site, one phase of which is reported in this paper.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Silviculturist, Central States Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: 1934-04-01
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