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Use of amendments in a peat soil to reduce phosphorus losses from forestry operations
Forestry harvesting on peats is known to result in significant losses of soil phosphorus (P) to adjacent waters, and the issue is becoming an increasingly serious concern as peatland forest stocks mature and reach harvestable ...
Implications of applied best management practice for peatland forest harvesting
(Elsevier (ScienceDirect), 2013-12-20)
Elevated levels of nutrients and suspended sediment (SS), and changes to other environmental parameters, are frequently associated with forestry harvesting (clearfelling) operations, and are indicative of the potentially ...