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Understory responses to fertilization of eroded kisatchie soil in Louisiana

R. E Thill

Understory responses to fertilization of eroded kisatchie soil in Louisiana

by R. E Thill

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soil erosion -- Louisiana,
  • Fertilizers -- Louisiana

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRonald E. Thill, John C. Bellemore
    SeriesResearch note SO -- 330
    ContributionsBellemore, John C, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14842795M

    investigate the effects of fertilization on the relative growth of understory vegetation on clear%cut and undisturbed sites. The primary objective was to discern if the dramatic in- creases in Carex pensylvanica following disturbance (e.g., fire and clear-cutting) were in part due to its ability to exploit newly available nutrient resources. Understory (founded in as WInstruments) is a company that forecasts weather and collects data using a grid of weather-sensing hardware that tracks weather from the ground level.. History. Although originally known as WInstruments, founder and CEO Alex Kubicek changed the company name to Subsidence and joined Gener8tor, a group in Madison, Wisconsin that provides funding to startups.

    The soil is a sandy soil (Typic Ustipsamment) that developed from eolian parent material and the textural composition is % sand, % silt, and % clay. The soil organic C, total N and total P concentrations are , and g kg −1, by: Basic Facts About The Understory - The understory is a hot, damp and quiet place. The air is still here. - The understory is full if tangles, young trees, shrubs and woody plants that can grow in .

      The objectives of the project are to enhance the survival of coastal plant species planted to stabilize recently restored wetlands. This research will provide a more complete understanding of environmental requirements so that appropriate plant species can be selected for planting. This research will also seek to the development of practical management practices that enhance rapid.   The lack of photosynthesis responses C. concinna to N suggests that photosynthesis may be mediated by limitation of other resources than N, most likely P on these highly weathered soils, or low light availability in the understory, which may have restricted responses of the seedlings to added N, as has been shown in other studies (Andersen et Cited by:


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Soil C/N ratio was a strong predictor of understory richness in spring forests (r 2 =P Cited by: Rain forests are divided into layers or stories. The understory is the warm, damp, and sheltered layer below the leafy tree canopy. Rain drips through the canopy, but only speckled sunlight gets through.

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