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dc.creatorHatten, Jeff
dc.creatorGallo, Adrian
dc.description.abstractThis report provides soil temperature, moisture, and respiration data for two years after biomass harvesting, OM removal, and compaction treatments that bracketed the range of reality likely present in a biomass harvesting system. The results suggest that residual surface biomass may not play as strong of a role in affecting the long-term soil productivity as widely believed and that we need to understand the role that residual roots play in supporting long-term soil productivity.
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dc.subjectTimber harvesten_US
dc.subjectNorthwest Advanced Renewables Allianceen_US
dc.titleEffects of Varying Forest Floor and Slash Retention on Soil Nutrient and Carbon Pools in a Regenerating Douglas-fir Tree Farm: NARA-Soils
dc.typeTechnical Report
dc.description.citationHatten, J. & Gallo, A. (2016). Effects of varying forest floor and slash retention on soil nutrient and carbon pools in a regenerating Douglas-fir tree farm: NARA-soils. NARA Final reports. Pullman, WA. Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA).

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