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Title

Influence of previous disturbances in the resilience capacity of a Mediterranean forest soil

AuthorsAndreu Pérez, V. ; Gimeno-García, Eugenia ; González-Pelayo, Óscar ; Campo, Julián ; Rubio, José Luis
KeywordsRunoff
Rain characteristics
Soil recovery
Fire effects
Forest soil
Issue DateMay-2011
PublisherEuropean Society for Soil Conservation
Citation6th International Congress of European Society for Soil Conservation (2011)
AbstractAlong the history, human influence on Mediterranean ecosystems has been mainly translated, among others, in two main phenomena: changes on vegetation conver (mostly driven by land use changes) and forest fires. Their effects have been the increase of hydrological and erosion processes, deforestation, soils impoverishment, and the advance of desertification. This work studies the evolutionin the hydrologic characteristics and the erosive response of a Mediterranean forest soil, through its response to changes in its use and the fire impact. This soil is recovering since year 1996 when its conditions were left to stabilize avoiding any impact on it. The study has been carried out in te Experimental Station of Porta-Coeli in a system of four erosion plots (40x8m) of closed type, corresponding each treatment to a different history of changes.
DescriptionPoster presentado en el 6th International Congress of European Society for Soil Conservation celebrado en Salónica (Grecia) del 9 al 14 de mayo de 2011
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/95210
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