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Effects of forest fire on the forest vegetation and soil (II)



Effects of forest fire on the forest vegetation and soil (II)



Journal of Korean Forestry Society (68): 37-45



Results are reported of soil and vegetation analyses 1 yr after a fire on Mt. Gwanak, Kyunggi-do and compared with previous results collected after 20 and 100 days. Soil m.c. and available P205 continued to decrease towards the values found in the unburned area. Soil pH was still higher than that on the unburned area, and had increased slightly since 100 days after burning.

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