Forest Service studies of soil and nutrient losses caused by roads, logging, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning in the Southeast. Douglass, undefined & Swift, L. W. 1977.
Forest Service studies of soil and nutrient losses caused by roads, logging, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning in the Southeast. [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
New studies of soil and nutrient pollution of streams caused by woods roads, log skidding, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning are described for the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Proportional samples for sediment and nutrient analysis are collected by 2-foot Coshocton wheels. Objectives of nonpoint-source pollution studies are to establish baseline levels of soil and nutrient loss, determine increases in losses due to certain forestry practices, and develop methods of estimating losses for other practices and other locations.
@article{douglass_forest_1977,
	title = {Forest {Service} studies of soil and nutrient losses caused by roads, logging, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning in the {Southeast}.},
	volume = {1977 February 28 - March 3.  Edgewater, MD. Smithsonian Institution, Edgewater, MD.},
	url = {http://cwt33.ecology.uga.edu/publications/1033.pdf},
	abstract = {New studies of soil and nutrient pollution of streams caused by woods roads, log skidding, mechanical site preparation, and prescribed burning are described for the Piedmont and Appalachian Mountains. Proportional samples for sediment and nutrient analysis are collected by 2-foot Coshocton wheels.  Objectives of nonpoint-source pollution studies are to establish baseline levels of soil and nutrient loss, determine increases in losses due to certain forestry practices, and develop methods of estimating losses for other practices and other locations.},
	author = {Douglass, {and} L. W. Swift, Jr., J. E.},
	year = {1977},
	keywords = {CWT}
}
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