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Sequential stemflow sampling for estimation of dry deposition and crown leaching in beech stands



Sequential stemflow sampling for estimation of dry deposition and crown leaching in beech stands



Nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: field methods, application and interpretation: 46-55



Sequential stemflow samples in beech (Fagus sylvatica) stand in the Vienna Woods (Austria) showed that, immediately after onset of stemflow, the concentrations of inorganic constituents were very high in the stemflow water, but dropped sharply thereafter, reaching a more or less constant level during longer lasting stemflow events. The decrease of concentrations was modelled using non-linear regression.

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