- Forest tree litter
- Litter, Forest
- Tree litter, Forest
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- found: The dict. of forestry, c1998 (litter: the surface layer of the forest floor that is not in an advanced stage of decomposition, usually consisting of freshly fallen leaves, needles, twigs, stems, bark, and fruits --see duff; duff: the partially decomposed organic material of the forest floor beneath the litter of freshly fallen twigs, needles, and leaves)
- found: Dunster, J. Dict. of natural resource management, c1996 (litter 1: the top (L) layer of the forest floor, litter is composed of relatively undecomposed organic material in the form of above-ground inputs, leaves, twigs, and branches shed from the trees and below-ground inputs, usually the death of fine root material. In some systems, the below-ground inputs far exceed the above-ground inputs. Litter is the primary source of organic inputs into a forest soil.)
- found: Input and turnover of forest tree litter in the Forsmark and Oskarshamn areas, 2007.
- 1999-12-28: new
- 2008-12-13: revised
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