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    A comparative assessment of land management systems and relatively undisturbed ecosystems is useful for evaluating anthropogenic impacts on soil properties (Larson and Pierce, 1994). Such information is useful for the restoration and evaluation of C sequestration potential. Comparison of disturbed with natural ecosystems allows the measurement of soil properties associated with soil change, with a particular emphasis on those that change due to management (Tugel et al., 2005).

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    Levi, M.; Shaw, J.; Wood, C.; [and others]. 2010. Land management effects on near-surface soil properties of southern U.S. coastal plain kandiudults. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74(1):258-271.

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