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1470 Rödålund

Created 2019-07-01 14:38:36 and last modified 2020-08-01 13:43:42 CET
Began in 2019

Summary

Effects of whole-tree thinnings, nitrogen fertilisation and wood-ash application on carbon and nitrogen stocks and soil chemistry in a Scots pine stand in northern Sweden. During thinning operation, harvesting residues can be utilized for renewable energy feedstocks. However, removals of the residues can also degrade biomass productivity and cause soil acidification. Combination of four treatments (conventional thinning, whole-tree thinning, with a compensatory fertilization, and with repeated fertilization), with split-plot based ash addition, we investigate biomass and soil carbon stocks in response to removals of harvest-residues.

whole tree harvestbiomassfertilizationsoil carbon

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Rödålund-1470 soil data 2017.xlsx
Soil data
Yta 1470 treelist.txt
Mensuration data 1
Yta 1470 sampletrees.txt
Mensuration sample trees (height measurement)
Rödålund 1470 biomassa 2008 kalkyl.xlsx
Destructive harvesting 2008
Biomassa Rödålund 2002.xlsx
Destructive harvesting 2002
17167_CN_EA_BengtO_report.xlsx
CN analysis of biomass components
Aska - Controll.xlsx
Tree numbers in ash treated plots
2779_1470 Rödålund.pdf
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108

Funding

Swedish Energy Agency, project 41972-1

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