Published online October 24, 2016
Journal of Ecology and Environment (2016) 40:02
© The Ecological Society of Korea.
Seongjun Kim1, Seung Hyun Han1, Guanlin Li1, Tae Kyung Yoon2, Sang-Tae Lee3, Choonsig Kim4 and Yowhan Son1
Department of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering, Graduate School, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea; Environmental Planning Institute, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea; Forest Practice Research Center, National Institute of Forest Science, Pocheon, South Korea; Department of Forest Resources, Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology, Jinju, South Korea
Correspondence to:Yowhan Son
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Keywords: Extracellular enzyme, Japanese larch, Nutrient availability, Soil organic matter, Thinning intensity
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