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Biomass and nutrient distribution in radiata pine in relation to previous land use. II. Nutrient accumulation, distribution and removal



Biomass and nutrient distribution in radiata pine in relation to previous land use. II. Nutrient accumulation, distribution and removal



Australian Forestry 56(2): 148-156



Above-ground nutrient accumulation and potential nutrient removal through thinning, clearfelling and slash burning were estimated for 3 areas of 21 year-old radiata pine (Pinus radiata) plantation in the central tablelands of New South Wales. The 3 areas differed in previous land use prior to plantation establishment.

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1993.10674602



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