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The effect of the tree layer on the soil cover in the bilberry aspen forest

The effect of the tree layer on the soil cover in the bilberry aspen forest

Botanicheskii Zhurnal: 7, 996-1010

The role of different factors in soil cover formation in bilberry aspen forest (Konevets Island, Leningrad Region) was estimated. Using the value of tree layer phytogenic field tension, we compared the effect of aspen, pine, birch and spruce trees on illumination, leaves/needles fall, and soil cover plant species. The role of each factor was studied by dispersion analysis.

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