Biodiversity And Biomass Changes Of An Acacia Mangium Plantation In Southern China | 10342
Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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has been planted in large areas of southern China ever since its introduction into China in 1979. This article
biomass accumulation and biodiversity changes over a period of 15 years in a plantation in
southern China. The biomass of
increases up to 1
year, after which the growth slows down. The total
biomass accumulated was 196.96 t/ha over 15 years. The plant diversity in understory also increased from 1 to 11 year. The total
number of species increased up to 13 and the Shannon-Wiener index was 1.41 in 15 years old. However, there were no native tree
species to recolonize in the plantation. A 11-year-old
can facilitate the conversion of degraded lands into mixed
native species forests. This paper also points out the N and P deficiency may be inhibitive factor to biomass growth.
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