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Studies on the productivity of the forest soil in Shikoku province

, : Studies on the productivity of the forest soil in Shikoku province. Bulletin of the Government Forest Experiment Station, Meguro (258): 61-148

Describes a detailed survey of two topographically, climatically and geologically different areas in Shikoku to determine the potential of different types of forest soil for growth of Cryptomeria japonica and Chamaecyparis obtusa. Data on the morphology, physical properties, chemical properties etc. of the soils are tabulated, analysed, and related to site-index curves for the two species.


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