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Vegetation and acidification, Chapter 5Author(s): David R. DeWalle; James N. Kochenderfer; Mary Beth Adams; Gary W. Miller
Source: In: Adams, Mary Beth; DeWalle, David R.; Hom, John L., eds.; The Fernow watershed acidification study. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer: 137-188.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionIn this chapter, the impact of watershed acidification treatments on WS3 at the Fernow Experimental Forest (FEF) and at WS9 on vegetation is presented and summarized in a comprehensive way for the first time. WS7 is used as a vegetative reference basin for WS3, while untreated plots within WS9 are used as a vegetative reference for WS9. Bioindicators of acidification impacts that will be considered include several measures of tree and stand growth rates, foliar chemistry, bolewood chemistry, and herbaceous species composition and diversity.
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CitationDeWalle, David R.; Kochenderfer, James N.; Adams, Mary Beth; Miller, Gary W. 2006. Vegetation and acidification, Chapter 5. In: Adams, Mary Beth; DeWalle, David R.; Hom, John L., eds.; The Fernow watershed acidification study. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer: 137-188.
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