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2021-05-25

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O. V. Semenyuk, V. M. Telesnina, L. G. Bogatyrev, A. I. Benediktova

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Annual dynamics, composition, and pools of total organic matter and ash elements in litters of urban forests in Moscow were studied. The destructive litters are shown to prevail in all studied phytocenoses; the share of easily decomposing fraction is high (62–90%), which allows to estimate the cycle intensity as high and typical for similar natural stands. A term “litter implementation” was proposed for a set of abiotic and biotic processes of litter transformation. Three methods to estimate the litter organic matter involvement into cycling are described. The first method is based on using litters typology. The second method is derived of the juxtaposition of litter supply before and after the fall of leaves. The third method presumes the comparison of easily decomposed and hardly decomposed litter components along with the analysis of litter and detritus fractional composition. It is shown, that with the same type of organic matter decomposition processes, in conventionally standard stands of the botanical garden and park, the characteristics of their seasonal dynamics are determined to a greater extent by the type of edificatory tree than by the nature of anthropogenic impact. The maximum reserves of litter were found for the maple stands (800 g/m2) in botanical garden, and the minimum one for the birch stands (250 g/m2) in the park area, which corresponds to the pattern revealed for the total thickness of the litter. The litters of lime stands are characterized by the largest fraction of leaves and easily decomposed components (about 60%). More... »

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738-749

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