A Comparison of Forest Floors from Plantations of the Same Age and Environment
Abstract:The forest floor, comprising the organic accumulation on the surface of the mineral soil, in addition to being a form of ecological reaction, has considerable importance in the development of the soil profile and in such matters as fertility, infiltration, surface runoff and erosion. Where forest vegetation is being used for the protection of eroding soil, the effectiveness of different species in contributing to the net accumulation of forest floor may be a consideration in the choice of species.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of California
Publication date: 1940-09-01
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