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Soil water depletion after four years of forest regrowth in southwestern Wisconsin

Richard S. Sartz

Soil water depletion after four years of forest regrowth in southwestern Wisconsin

by Richard S. Sartz

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 3.

StatementRichard S. Sartz and M. Dean Knighton.
SeriesResearch note NC -- 230., USDA Forest Service research note NC -- 230., Research note NC -- 230.
ContributionsKnighton, M. Dean., North Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.), United States. Forest Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17817681M
OCLC/WorldCa3762809

Ideally, it can be used to rank or prioritize fields based on their risk of P loss and to identify management options for reducing P loss. Initially, a draft P index was developed for Wisconsin (Murphy, ; Bundy, ) following the general concepts proposed by Lemunyon and Gilbert () and modified by Gburek et al. (). to $ billion in The state’s top crops are corn, soybeans, hay, and vegetables. 5 However, milk from cows is the top agricultural product, bringing in nearly $5 billion.

Slope direction and angle influences depth and intensity of soil development. This project uses observations of soil characteristics in landscape transects to create more accurate computer-generated soil maps. The images contained in the COMMON PLANTS of WISCONSIN web site may be freely used for non-profit, educational purposes, as long as complete citation information is included. Use in any copyrighted document or any web site is prohibited without specific permission of the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Department of Biology.

And the loss of 26 tons of soil per acre from eroded land, along with 4l per cent of the rainfall, from 1 4/5 inches of rain falling on land of 16 per cent slope, during August this year, in west-central Wisconsin, completely smashed all records. 3. Major landslides (Nutrient loss and loss of soil structure (Difficulty/Impossibility of forest regeneration. 4. Major landslides + Flooding (Human death + Destruction of property downstream. Soil is NOT a renewable resource. I have read that it takes hundreds of years for one inch of soil to be regenerated.


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