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Quantitative physical and chemical variables used to assess erosion and fertility loss in tropical Dominican and Haitian soils

AuthorsPastor Piñeiro, Jesús CSIC; Alexis, Stervin; Vizcayno, Carmen ; Hernández, Ana Jesús
KeywordsErosion soils
Fertility soils
Pedernales (Dominican Republic)
Haitian soils
Issue Date2009
CitationGeophysical Research Abstracts 11: (2009)
AbstractThe Pedernales province (Dominican Republic) has the main part of the only Biosphere Reserve in that Caribbean Island, including the Bahoruco and Jaragua National Parks. In these Parks is possible to find almost the totality of tropical forest ecosystems (evergreen rain forest, latifoliated forest, dry forest and mangrove forest on mainland), as well as the most frequent soil uses in the Dominican country. The consulted bibliography about the soils is very scarce and it does not give any information relating to this natural resource, which is basic for a sustainable development management in this territory.
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