Soil Temperatures During Forest Fires in the Longleaf Pine Region
Abstract:The effect of heat on soil is a subject which has received much study. Many important changes in fertility have been found to be associated with heating of soil. In the following paper, which is part of a comprehensive study of the effect of fire on soils in the longleaf pine region, data on a number of soil temperatures recorded in the field during fires are presented.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Southern Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: 1938-05-01
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