Legacy of Amazonian Dark Earth soils on forest structure and species composition

EDMAR Oliveira, Ben Hur Marimon-Junior, Beatriz Marimon, José Iriarte, Paulo Morandi, Yoshi Maezumi, Denis Nogueira, Luiz Aragão, Izaias Silva & Ted Feldpausch
Aim: Amazonian forests predominantly grow on highly weathered and nutrient poor soils. Anthropogenically enriched Amazonian Dark Earths (ADE), traditionally known as Terra Preta de Índio), were formed by pre-Columbian populations. ADE soils are characterized by increased fertility and have continued to be exploited following European colonization. Here, we evaluated the legacy of land-use and soil enrichment on the composition and structure in ADE and NDE forests. Location: Eeastern and southern Amazonia Time period: Pre-Columbia -...
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