Terrestrial decomposition 1973 : a synopsis Public Deposited

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  • This report describes decomposition studies conducted in the H. J. Andrews Forest, Oregon in 1973. Changes in weight loss and nutrient content of leaves, cones, branches, and bark of Douglas-fir and leaves of big-leaf maple, vine maple, Rhododendron, red alder, sword fern Oregon oak, and Chinkapin were recorded in a variety of habitats ranging from wet, to dry. Weight loss is related to the moisture content of the forest floor and percent lignin content of the material. Decomposition is slowed in the dry summer months, and there are differences in weight loss of substrates between habitat types.
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