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Beech mortality on pseudogleyed soils after heavy traffic


, : Beech mortality on pseudogleyed soils after heavy traffic. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift ( 20): 481-483

A loess-loam brown-earth pseudogley over a clayey subsoil (in Germany) was severely compacted by concentrated skidding traffic, causing the formation of a grey, wet-bleached topsoil and the deterioration and mortality of the old beech (Fagus sylvatica) trees growing on it. Details are given of the soil chemistry, the reaction of the stand, and the ground vegetation.

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