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Spatial and temporal variability in chemical properties of a podzolic B horizon of an old-growth maple forest


, : Spatial and temporal variability in chemical properties of a podzolic B horizon of an old-growth maple forest. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 75(3): 343-348

A podzolic soil from an old-growth maple hardwood forest in eastern Canada was sampled from a 16.5-m long trench in 1975. In 1986, the upper 10 cm of the B horizon was resampled from two sampling lines located on each side and parallel to the 1975 trench, one at a distance of 1 m downhill and the other at a distance of 4 m uphill. Total N, organic C, pH, and exchangeable Ca, Mg and K were measured.

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