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Thinning effects on production, root biomass and soil properties in a young oriental beech stand in Artvin, Turkey
(J Environ Biol, 2005)
In this study, three thinning treatments were applied on a 0.54 ha, young oriental beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) stand (25-30 years old) in Karadag, Artvin in the fall of 1999. The treatments were: (1) no thinning, (2) ...
Soil respiration and root biomass responses to burning in calabrian pine (Pinus brutia) stands in Edirne,Turkey
(Triveni Enterprises, 2010)
In this study, soil properties and root biomass responses to prescribed fire were investigated in 25-30 year-old calabrian pine (Pinus brutia Ten.) stands in Edirne, Turkey. The stands were established by planting and were ...
Soil properties and root biomass responses to prescribed burning in young corsican pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) stands
(Triveni Enterprises, 2009)
Fire is an important tool in the management of forest ecosystems. Although both prescribed and wildland fires are common in Turkey, few studies have addressed the influence of such disturbances on soil properties and root ...