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Studies on impact of plantation forestry in Nilgiri Hills of the Ghats on soil quality and nutrient cycling



Studies on impact of plantation forestry in Nilgiri Hills of the Ghats on soil quality and nutrient cycling



Tropical Ecology 38(2): 215-235, Winter



The biomass, productivity and nutrient cycling patterns between tow. plantation forests of Eucalyptus globulus Labill and Pinus patula Schl. and Chew were compared with the Shola forests of the Nilgiri hills of the Western Ghats. Distinct differences in soil characteristics and nutrient cycling patterns were recognized. The ecological impact of plantation forestry in the Nilgiri hills was evaluated using the Shola vegetation as a bench mark.

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