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Record #146174:

Seasonality of nutrient availability in soils of subarctic mountain birch woodlands, Swedish Lapand / Martin Weih.

Title: Seasonality of nutrient availability in soils of subarctic mountain birch woodlands, Swedish Lapand / Martin Weih.
Author(s): Weih, Martin.
Date: 1998.
In: Arctic and Alpine Research. (1998.), Vol. 30(1) (1998)
Abstract: Presents results of fieldwork carried out at Torneträsk testing two hypotheses: 1. that nutrient flushes from melting snow, in parallel with low biological nutrient demand, may lead to significantly higher soil nutrient availability at start of growing season than later; 2. that moist soils may release more nutrients than dry ones, in particular at high soil temperature.
Notes:

Arctic and Alpine Research. Vol. 30(1) :19-25 (1998).

Keywords: 631.4 -- Soil science.
58 -- Botany.
58.03/.05 -- Plants, influence of physical environment.
G -- Botany.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
(*57) -- Sweden.
(*571) -- Norrland.
SPRI record no.: 146174

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