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The results of investigations at Eberswald on the moisture regime of forested sandy soils and loamy soil covered with sand.


, : The results of investigations at Eberswald on the moisture regime of forested sandy soils and loamy soil covered with sand.. Pochvovedenie, 7, 14-24

There were 8-9 fine roots per 100 cm2 in the top 50 cm of sand under pine and 19-26 under beech. In loam lying beneath a layer of sand l m deep, 40-70 % of the fine roots occurred in the loam and the remainder in the top 50 cm of sand. Isopleths of the soil-moisture content and of the suction power of the soil at different times of the year showed that the loam covered by sand dried out intensively in summer and that moisture was transferred from the lowest layers of sand to the loam.

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