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Grazing and logging effects on soil surface changes in central Colorado's ponderosa pine typeAuthor(s): Pat O. Currie; Howard L. Gary
Source: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. July/August: 176-178.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionMeasurements of soil surface elevation on ponderosa pine-bunch lands In central Colorado showed 35 years of grazing and winter logging had not caused serious erosion. All measurements indicated an aggradation of soil surface material In relation to differences in ground cover, grazing, and timber removal. Aggradation on ungrazed areas exceeded aggradatlon on grazed or logged areas by less than 7 millimeters.
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CitationCurrie, Pat O.; Gary, Howard L. 1978. Grazing and logging effects on soil surface changes in central Colorado's ponderosa pine type. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. July/August: 176-178.
Keywordsgrazing, logging, soil surface, ponderosa pine
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