Post forest fire soil nutrient levels in burned and unburned areas of the Kaubru Hills, Manipur

2014-01-29T12:47:40Z (GMT) by Alice Silthou
<p>Available zinc levels (mg/kg) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available Soil Organic Carbon (%) levels in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available potassium levels (kg/ha) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available phosphorous levels (kg/ha) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available copper levels (mg/kg) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available manganese levels (mg/kg) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available iron levels (mg/kg) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p> <p>Available NH4+-N levels (kg/ha) in 0-5 (1), 5-10 (2) and 10-15 cm (3) soil layers taken form burned and unburned areas following a forest fire. Samples were taken at monthly intervals between April 2010– March 2011.</p>