Written in English
|Statement||by Peter Herman Louis Cafferata.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||141|
Graduation date: Presentation date: This study evaluated the effects of a crawler tractor, a rubber-tired skidder, and a torsion suspension vehicle on several soil and hydrologic properties in the western Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Cafferata, P.H.L. The Effects of Compaction on the Hydrologic Properties of Forest Soils in the Sierra Nevada. USDA Forest Service. Pacific Southwest Region. Watershed Management Staff. Earth Resources Monograph 7. p. Cafferata, Peter H. The Effects of Compaction on the Hydrologic Properties of Forest Soils in the Sierra Nevada. California Region: The effects of compaction on the hydrologic properties of forest soils in the Sierra Nevada / ([Berkeley, Calif.]: Forest Service, USDA, Region 5, ), also by Peter H. L. Cafferata (page images at HathiTrust). The effects of compaction on the hydrologic properties of forest soils in the Sierra Nevada / ([Berkeley, Calif.]: Forest Service, USDA, Region 5, ), by Peter H. L. Cafferata and United States. Forest Service. California Region (page images at HathiTrust).
We evaluated fuel treatment effects on soil compaction in a managed Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forest using a fully replicated study design with three treatments: Thin, Thin + Burn, and an. Jan 09, · Soil compaction did not reduce tree growth universally in these 3- to 8-yr-old plantations. Effects were detrimental, insignificant, and beneficial for clayey, loamy, and sandy loam soils, respectively. Results show that compaction effects depend strongly on soil texture and soil water regime. This study evaluated the effects of a crawler tractor, a rubber tired skidder, and a torsion suspension vehicle on several soil and hydrologic properties in the western Sierra Nevada Mountains . The use of machinery on the forest site, however, can significantly alter some important soil properties and produce both onsite and offsite impacts on forest and related resources. Soil compaction is one commonly observed consequence of the use of machinery on forest sites.
The Value of Forest Soil Productivity. Sustainable Soil Productivity. Soil productivity is defined as the capacity of soil, in its normal environment, to support plant growth. Soil productivity is reflected in the growth of forest vegetation or the volume of organic matter produced on a site. Mar 14, · Murphy JD, Johnson DW, Miller WW, Walker RF, Blank RR (a) Prescribed fire effects on forest floor and soil nutrients in a Sierra Nevada ecosystem. Soil Sci – CrossRef Google Scholar Murphy JD, Johnson DW, Miller WW, Walker RF, Carroll EM, Blank RR (b) Wildfire effects on soil nutrients and leaching in a Tahoe Basin tonyasgaapartments.com by: pretation. A theses "The Effects of Compaction on Hydrologic Properties of Forest Soils in the Sierra Nevada" by Peter Cafferata, available from Oregon State University, provides additional details of this study. For those who wish additional details, please consult these documents. STUDY OBJECTIVE The study's goal was to develop a procedure. THE EFFECTS OF COfrTACT ION ON HYDROLOGIC PROPERTIES OF FOREST SOILS IN THE SIERRA NEVADA INTRODUCT ION Problem Statement Despite the increasing importance of cable logging systems, mobile ground based vehicles remain the primary method of transporting felled tixnber to landings on the majority of the forests in the United States.