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Effects of clearing of secondary forest on a yellow latosol of the Ribeira Valley, Sao Paulo, Brazil. II. Erosion losses



Effects of clearing of secondary forest on a yellow latosol of the Ribeira Valley, Sao Paulo, Brazil. II. Erosion losses



Revista Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo 11(2): 215-219



Soil, water and nutrient losses induced by clearing a secondary rainforest in Brazil by three methods were investigated. Analyses were conducted of runoff samples from a yellow latosol (ultic Haplorthox) collected from plots with a 14% slope, located on a forest remnant and on a nearby recently slashed area with the treatments: (a) all forest material left at site (mounded), (b) total burning, (c) total clearing by bulldozer.

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