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MODIFICATION OF BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES BY SOIL USE
(Sociedad Chilena de la Ciencia del Suelo, 2008)
Soil seed banks in tropical forest fragments with different disturbance histories in southeastern Brazil
Soil seed banks are considered an important mechanism for natural regeneration in tropical forest ecosystems. This paper investigated the soil seed bank in two semideciduous seasonal tropical forest fragments with different ...
Soil erodibility assessment in a pasture and forest remnant using the inderbitzen device
Brazil has the largest cattle herd in the world with approximately 200 million head. An important feature of the Brazilian cattle industry is that most of its herd is raised on pasture, which constitutes one of the most ...
Indicators of soil degradation in urban forests: Physical and chemical parameters
The fragmentation of forest habitats in urban areas has aroused increasing interest in recent years according to the growing environmental problems. The fragmentation of theses ecosystems is caused, in general, by the ...
Sustainability of soil, water and forest in tropical forest
The sustainability of the system soil-forest-water involves essential variables such as soil conservation and its productive potential, the maintenance of plant’s and animal’s biodiversity, the maintenance of the hydrological ...
Impacts of agricultural activities in remaining forest: Campinas/SP, Brazil
Forest fragmentation occurs normally in an area around the city or with high agricultural influence, such as the Forest of Quilombo that lies in Metropolitan Campinas/SP- Brazil. This forest is one such example since it ...
TOTAL AND ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS IN CHILEAN VOLCANIC SOILS
(Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Oceanográficas, Universidad de Concepción, 2003)