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The effects of different forest conditions on soil macroporosity and soil hardness: case of a small forested watershed in Japan

The effects of different forest conditions on soil macroporosity and soil hardness: case of a small forested watershed in Japan

Journal of Biological Sciences 6(2): 353-359

The effects of different forest conditions on soil macroporosity and soil hardness was investigated in natural and artificial forests in the Ehime University Forest, Japan. Eleven treatments were established based on forest type and stand density of Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) and cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa). Stand density was indicated by relative yield index (Ry), function of standing volume and stem density.

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