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Effects of forestry practices on the chemical, biological and physical properties of soils



Effects of forestry practices on the chemical, biological and physical properties of soils



Scientific basis for soil protection in the European Community: 237-246



Concern over the effects of forest management on soils relates to (a) afforestation of previously bare ground, (b) a change from uneven- to even-aged forests, or (c) a change in species. In an even-aged forest there is a reduction in soil exchangeable cations and an increase in accumulated humus during the early stages, but both processes subsequently reverse and there may be no net change by the end of the rotation.

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