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Special Section: Soil Ecology and Restoration EcologyAuthor(s): M.A. Callaham
Source: Restoration Ecology 16:604-712
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSediments left behind in this dewatered reservoir in Wisconsin, USA, have different physical, chemical, and spatial characteristics than the soils they buried, a potential challenge for restoration (upper left, photo: Nick Balster). The soil profile shows effects of land-use history at the Calhoun Experimental Forest in South Carolina, USA.
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CitationCallaham, M.A., Jr., L. Heneghan, C.C. Rhoades (Guest Editors). 2008. Special Section: Soil Ecology and Restoration Ecology. Restoration Ecology 16:604-712.
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