Where we found forest soil?
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Asked in Biomes, Rainforests, Forests, Soil
What soil is found in a temperate deciduous forest?
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What kind of soil can be found in the rain forest?
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What is the general term for orgainsms that live in soil and fallen leaves on the forest floor?
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What are some abiotic factors found in the deciduous forest?
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How would the soil in a tropical rainforest be different from the soil in a tropical forest that has a wet season and a dry season?
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Why is it necessary to incorporate forest soil along with a tree when it is transplanted to a treeless area?
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What are the major abiotic factors of a temperate forest biome?
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How do forest soils differ from prairie soils?
Forest soils differ from prairie soils first by having an "O horizon". An O horizon is a layer in the soil, normally found at the top, which contains Organic matter and other decaying material. A forest soil also tends to have larger macropores due to the larger amount of vegetation that has roots growing there. A forest soil has a lower C:N (carbon-nitrogen) ratio, and is normally more moist than the prairie soil.