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The effect of beech stemflow on spatial patterns of soil solution chemistry and seepage fluxes in a mixed beech/oak stand



The effect of beech stemflow on spatial patterns of soil solution chemistry and seepage fluxes in a mixed beech/oak stand



Hydrological Processes 14(1): 135-144



The soil solution chemistry of a sandy soil was investigated at different depths and distances from the stem and the element fluxes with stemflow, throughfall and seepage in proximal and distal stem areas of a 130-year-old beech/oak forest (Fagus sylvatica Quercus) in Germany. The proximal stem area (in total 286 msuperscript 2 ha-1) was defined as a 1 msuperscript 2, 60 cm deep cylinder around the beech stem.

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DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1099-1085(200001)14:1<135::aid-hyp915>3.0.co;2-r



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