publication . Article . 2017

Water migration of macroelements in coniferous-broad-leaved forests of Sikhote-Alin

N. K. Kozhevnikova; T. N. Lutsenko; A. G. Boldeskul; S. Yu. Lupakov; V. V. Shamov;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2017 Journal: Sibirskij Lesnoj Žurnal (issn: 2311-1410, eissn: 2312-2099, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch Publishing House
Abstract
In the paper, the natural water chemical composition spatial variability studies results in the mountain forest catchment are presented. It’s shown that the catchment biotic components’ impact upon water chemical composition is detected even at input as atmospheric precipitation. The input fluxes are acid, sulfate ones with high ratio of hydrogen, potassium and dissolved organic matter. Diversity of ecotopic conditions determines the further transformation of natural water chemical composition. The role of tree crowns in the transformation increases while the crown closure and stands’ age increase. According to macrocomponents transformation and rain acidity neu...
Subjects
free text keywords: mountain-forest basin, forest communities, throughfall, chemical composition of natural waters, water migration, soil water, geochemical water type, Forestry, SD1-669.5
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