Francia Martí­nez, J. R., Durán Zuazo, V. H., & Martí­nez Raya, A. (2006). Environmental impact from mountainous olive orchards under different soil-management systems (SE Spain).

Authors: 
Francia Martí­nez, J. R., Durán Zuazo, V. H., & Martí­nez Raya, A.
Publisher: 
Science of the Total Environment, 358(1), 46-60.
Year: 
2006
Abstract: 
Soil erosion, runoff and nutrient-loss patterns over a two-year period (1999-2000) were monitored in erosion plots on a mountainside with olive (Olea europaea cv. Picual) trees under three different types of soil management: (1) non-tillage with barley (Hordeum vulgare) strips of 4 m width (BS); (2) conventional tillage (CT); (3) non-tillage without plant strips (NT). The erosion plots, located in Lanjaron (Alpujarras) on the southern flank of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in south-eastern Spain, had 30% slope
Source type: 
Scientific Article
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