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Effects of Urbanization, Soil Property and Vegetation Configuration on Soil Infiltration of Urban Forest in Changchun, Northeast China
P. J. Wang, H. F. Zheng, Z. B. Ren, D. Zhang, C. Zhai, Z. X. Mao, Z. Tang and X. Y. He
2018
Source PublicationChinese Geographical Science
Volume28Issue:3Pages:482-494
Other AbstractUrban forest soil infiltration, affected by various factors, is closely related with surface runoff. This paper studied the effect of urban forest types, vegetation configuration and soil properties on soil infiltration. In our study, 191 typical plots were sampled in Changchun City, China to investigate the soil infiltration characteristics of urban forest and its influencing factors. Our results showed that the steady infiltration rates of urban forest soil were highly variable. High variations in the final infiltration rates were observed for different vegetation patterns and compaction degrees. Trees with shrubs and grasses had the highest infiltration rate and trees with bare land had the lowest infiltration rate. In addition, our results showed that the soil infiltration rate decreased with an increase in the bulk density and with a reduction in the soil organic matter content and non-capillary porosity. The soil infiltration rate also had significantly positive relationships with the total porosity and saturated soil water content. Urban soil compaction contributed to low soil infiltration rates. To increase the infiltration rate and water storage volume of urban forest soil, proper techniques to minimize and mitigate soil compaction should be used. These findings can provide useful information for urban planners about how to maximize the water volume of urban forest soil and decrease urban instantaneous flooding.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iga.ac.cn/handle/131322/9155
Collection湿地生态系统管理学科组
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P. J. Wang, H. F. Zheng, Z. B. Ren, D. Zhang, C. Zhai, Z. X. Mao, Z. Tang and X. Y. He. Effects of Urbanization, Soil Property and Vegetation Configuration on Soil Infiltration of Urban Forest in Changchun, Northeast China[J]. Chinese Geographical Science,2018,28(3):482-494.
APA P. J. Wang, H. F. Zheng, Z. B. Ren, D. Zhang, C. Zhai, Z. X. Mao, Z. Tang and X. Y. He.(2018).Effects of Urbanization, Soil Property and Vegetation Configuration on Soil Infiltration of Urban Forest in Changchun, Northeast China.Chinese Geographical Science,28(3),482-494.
MLA P. J. Wang, H. F. Zheng, Z. B. Ren, D. Zhang, C. Zhai, Z. X. Mao, Z. Tang and X. Y. He."Effects of Urbanization, Soil Property and Vegetation Configuration on Soil Infiltration of Urban Forest in Changchun, Northeast China".Chinese Geographical Science 28.3(2018):482-494.
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