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Mycorrhizal fungi and biological activity in humus layer in polluted pine forests in the surroundings of Oulu



Mycorrhizal fungi and biological activity in humus layer in polluted pine forests in the surroundings of Oulu



Karstenia 28(1): 45-47



Data are presented for 5 sites in each of 4 zones at increasing distances (1 to 20 km) from a source of SO2 emissions in N. Finland. Biological activity (in terms of humus respiration and dehydrogenase activity) decreased towards the central, more polluted area.

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