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Simulation model of the cycling of soil organic carbon in forest ecosystems disturbed by human activities 1. cutting undergrowths or raking litters



Simulation model of the cycling of soil organic carbon in forest ecosystems disturbed by human activities 1. cutting undergrowths or raking litters



Japanese Journal of Ecology 33(2): 169-182



Change of the cycling of soil organic C was calculated mathematically on a daily basis by a simulation model in several types of mature forest disturbed by human activities. The calculations indicated little effect of cutting undergrowth (excluding the herbaceous layer) on the cycling of soil organic C, while raking litter caused a significant decrease in the accumulation of not only A0 layer but humus in the mineral soil. The more frequent the raking became or the lower the decomposition rate of A0 layer became, the more the sterility of the forest soil increased. The accumulation of soil organic matter calculated by the stimulation model recovered its loss rapidly after disturbance stopped.

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