10. Trees and Soils


Immediately below are PDF files of individual papers from the Agronomy Society of New Zealand Special Publication No. 10 published in 1995 from the Proceedings of the Trees and Soil Workshop held at Lincoln University, Canterbury on 28 February to 2 March 1994.

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A.

Preface

D. Mead pp. vii-viii

Presented Papers

1.

Keynote address: The influence of tree species on forest soils - processes and patterns

D. Binkley pp. 1-33

2.

Soil properties and processes under different vegetation types in New Zealand

J.A. Adams pp. 35-42

3.

Gisbum revisited: lessons from a long-term trial of effects of afforestation

H.A.I. Madgwick pp. 43-49

4.

An efficient design for studies of plant species interactions: an example with white spruce and alder

T.L. Wurtz pp. 51-57

5.

The influence of tree species on nitrogen mineralisation in the forest floor: lessons from three retrospective studies

C.E. Prescorr, K.D. Thomas and G.F. Weetman pp. 59-68

Poster Papers

6.

Tree species experiment on afforested farmland: experimental design, initial soil conditions and tree growth

A. Alriksson pp. 69-72

7.

Data management for long-term field trials

D.P. Blevins and S.R. Colbert pp. 73-75

8.

Long-term ecosystem productivity: Integrated research sites

M. Amaranthus, R. Darbyshire and B. Bormann pp. 77-79

9.

Tree species affects soil characteristics

M.K. Mahendrappa pp. 81-82

Workshop Reports (summarised by I.S. Cornforth)

10.

Design objectives and site selection

Chaired by T. Smith p. 83

11.

Tree considerations

Chaired by D. Binkley p. 84

12.

Measurement considerations

Chaired by M. Proe and G. Buchan p. 85

13.

Experimental design

Chaired by H.A.I. Madgwick p. 86

14.

Protocol for the Lincoln University experiment to study effects of trees on soils

D.J. Mead p87-89