Seasonal model of litter decomposition in coniferous forests Public Deposited

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  • A litter decomposition model was developed as part of :a watershed modeling effort. This model simulates weekly dry weight changes In woody and nonwoody litter (01), incorporated litter layer (02), and soil organic matter. Processes simulated by the model include: litterfall by component, root turnover, respiration, decomposition, and organic matter transport. Data from the A. E. Thompson Experimental Forest in Washington were used to test the model. Results were consistent with observed behavior and published values for the nonwoody litter and the two soil compartments. Results indicate that the woody litter compartment may,need to be further divided according to particle size.
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