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In depth variation of gypsifeorus forest soil properties after a controlled burn

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Author(s): J.M. Aznar | D. Badía | J.A. González-Pérez | C. Martí | María Conesa

Journal: Flamma
ISSN 2171-665X

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Soil water repellency | Aggregate stability | Organic carbon | Wildfires | Gypsum

ABSTRACT
Changes produced by fire on soils depends on several factors (vegetation, soil type, temperature, etc.). Here we study the influence of fire on a gypsiferous forest soil located northwest of the city of Zaragoza. Six blocks of undisturbed soil were collected and burned under laboratory conditions reaching 272.9 ± 21.7 oC at 1cm depth. The fire caused significant differences (p
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