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Pattern of soil moisture depletion varies between red pine and oak stands in Michigan

by Dean H. Urie

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Published by Lake States Forest Experiment Station in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red pine,
  • Soil water,
  • Pinus resinosa,
  • Soils,
  • Quercus

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    StatementDean H. Urie
    SeriesTechnical notes / Lake States Forest Experiment Station -- no. 564, Technical notes (Lake States Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)) -- no. 564.
    ContributionsLake States Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 unnumbered pages
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27274970M
    OCLC/WorldCa426801263

    A soil moisture content of mm/m The soil moisture content can also be expressed in percent of volume. In the example above, 1 m 3 of soil (e.g. with a depth of 1 m, and a surface area of 1 m 2) contains m 3 of water (e.g. with a depth of mm = m and a surface area of 1 m 2). Scientific Name Common Name Relative Tolerance Comments Quercus coccinea Scarlet oak Fair Has more trouble adapting to a low oxygen environment than other oaks. Quercus imbricaria Shingle-oak Good Adapts to acid or neutral soils; shorter lived than the white oak group. Quercus macrocarpa Bur-oak Good Thick bark provides protection from fire and mechanical damage; tolerant of.

    moisture, soil conditions, and growing space), wood proper- Oak, red — Oak, white — — moduli of rigidity vary within and between species and with moisture content and specific gravity. Strength Properties. Soil moisture measurements Climatological and hydrological field work - FS 1 Introduction Soil moisture is a key variable in the climate system. By controlling evapotranspiration, soil moisture impacts the partitioning of incoming radiation into sensible and latent heat flux. Furthermore, it represents an important water and energy.

    The live oak’s 2 1/2- to 3-inch-long leaves are leathery in texture and arranged in an alternate pattern along the stems. Scrub oak’s hollylike leaves are spiny-toothed and smaller than live. Moisture Content 3–5 Green Wood and Fiber Saturation Point 3–5 Equilibrium Moisture Content 3–5 Sorption Hysteresis 3–7 Shrinkage 3–7 Transverse and Volumetric 3–7 Longitudinal 3–8 Moisture–Shrinkage Relationship 3–8 Weight, Density, and Specific Gravity 3–11 Working Qualities 3–15 Decay Resistance 3–


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od of soil moisture measurement in the 's, the researcher has a much more re-liable tool with which to study soil mois-ture depletion.

As a result,the sampling problem is closer to solution. To get an idea of how much and at what rate isolated trees deplete soil moisture, I sampled soil moisture around a single mature sugar pine (Pinus Cited by: The space‐time statistical structure of soil water uptake by oak trees was investigated in a ‐m‐diameter closed top chamber using a three‐dimensional measurement grid of soil moisture and pressure, and measurements of tree by:   Working on sandy soils in Michigan, Urie () found that soil moisture depletion was greater in red pine than in oak stands from mid-April to mid-August.

Soil moisture depletion by red pine also began several weeks earlier than oak budbreak and the start of moisture depletion by oak. These elements (i.e., infiltration rates, infiltration capacity, percolation, and depletion) all interact nonlinearly and influence soil water mechanisms at the wetting, intermediate, and drying arms of the annual soil‐moisture cycle.

Mixed oak stands and Mediterranean oak woodlands are the dominant forest formations at the eastern part of Author: Idan Kopler, David Burg, Lea Wittenberg, Dan Malkinson. Pattern of soil moisture depletion varies between red pine and oak stands in Michigan.

USDA Forest Service, Lake States Forest Experiment Station, Technical Note Total soil moisture reserve depletion was generally greater in the deeper soil layers of the wetted areas and in the upper soil layers of the non wetted areas.

Amount of irrigation water used was higher at MPa than at MPa but it was not notably different between drip and basin methods within the same soil water potential level. across the southern Cascade Range. Variations in soil moisture patterns during the growing season and in soil moisture tension values are dis-cussed.

Plot soil moisture values for and cm. depths in August and September are integrated into a soil drought index. Vegetation pat-terns are described in relation to this index.

Use of data on. Soil pH for Red Oak. While the red oak grows happily in average soil, it absolutely requires soil with a low pH. It needs acidic soil and can tolerate any soil with a pH of underaccording to. Hickory, red 69 52 Pine, sugar 98 Hickory, sand 68 50 Pine, western white 62 Hickory, water 97 62 Redwood, old growth 86 Magnolia 80 Spruce, black 52 Maple, silver 58 97 Spruce, Engelmann 51 Maple, sugar 65 72 Spruce, Sitka 41 Oak, California black 76 75 Tamarack 49 — Oak, northern red 80 69 Oak, southern red 83 such as the soil surface or a sudden change of texture in the soil profile.

Distance of travel of neutrons varies inversely with moisture content of the soil, but measurements are Relati~ Wetness of Soil (Water Potential) Water is held in soil as films by attraction between water molecules and soil particles. The wetness of soil. differences between the simulations of bare soil evaporation and to examine the relationships be- tween those differences and the corresponding differ- ences in soil moisture.

Modelling bare soil evaporation The 13 land surface schemes used in this study all. The sum of soil moisture content plus soil moisture depletion. Uses resistance, measures moisture content over widest range. gypsum block.

Percentage of soil reservoir allowed to be used up before irrigation. MAD. Directly measures soil moisture tension, often in centibars. tensiometer. The value of the scaling exponent β varies between − and − in the course of the year representing the changing scaling behavior of surface soil moisture patterns, which in the analysis above was shown to depend on varying influences of weather, soil, and land use.

Pattern of soil moisture depletion varies between red pine and oak stands in Michigan. USDA Lake States Forest Experiment Station. Excessive soil moisture can sometimes be solved by providing proper drainage for the tree, but this can be difficult and often expensive to correct.

Proper planting procedures and selecting a species adaptable to the site are the best means for dealing with excessive moisture that cannot be corrected without drainage techniques. Soil Moisture Deficit (SMD) or Depletion is the amount of water required to raise the soil-water content of the crop root zone to field capacity.

Obtaining a soil sample at the selected depth using a probe, auger, or shovel; 2. Squeezing the soil sample firmly in your hand. Pattern of soil moisture depletion varies between red pine and oak stands in Michigan Red pine Soils, Quercus, Pinus resinosa, soil water, Michigan.

U.S. Forest Service Lake States Forest Experiment Station. 9 Trampling by livestock drastically reduces infiltration rate of soil in oak and pine woods in southwestern Wisconsin.

wavelength (Red, Yellow, Blue, or in‐ between, such as Yellow‐Red etc.) • Normally one HUE on each page in the Munsell Soil Color Charts book (are exceptions such as Gley colors‐more later) • Most commonly used Hue in Florida is 10YR (but don’t just look on that page). Welcome to Hydrogold's Soil Moisture Concepts page.

Others may call this Soil-Water-Plant Relationships. But it is that and much more. This basic knowledge of Soil Moisture Concepts is essential to managing the water in the soil, achieving irrigation. Source: Wood Handbook, Forest Products Laboratory, U.S.

Department of Agriculture STEP MEASURE THE BOARD'S WIDTH.S WIDTH. Know that .Available soil moisture Is the difference between the amount of water in the size and shape varies between soil typed.

Deep percolation Water that drains beyond the plant root zone. the manageable allowable depletion. This factor varies but is usually around 50%.

Figure 1 Soil Water Moisture Terms Available Soil.Users simply run this wood moisture meter quickly along the oak flooring or the oak lumber’s width and length to get an MC profile of the total board on the spot.

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