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Benefits of fertilization for white spruce and lodgepole pine trees depend on the reclamation substrate – overburden vs tailings sand Open Access

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Chang, S.
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Reclamation of land Alberta
Oil sands mines reclamation
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During reclamation of oil sands mines, overburden or tailings sand substrates are often capped with a peat mineral mix. These soils can exhibit a number of challenging properties, including low availability of water and nutrients such as nitrogen. Some trees planted on oil sands mines have started to show reduced growth and yellowed needles – signs of nitrogen deficiency. This study sought to determine the growth responses of white spruce and lodgepole pine to fertilization in reconstructed boreal forest soils.
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2015/12
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