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Discrepancy in tree transpiration of Salix matsudana, Populus simonii under distinct soil, topography conditions in an ecological rehabilitation area on the Northern Loess Plateau
Wang, Sheng1,2,3; Fan, Jun1,2; Ge,Jiamin2,3; Wang, Qiuming1; Fu, Wei1
2019
Source PublicationForest Ecology and Management
Volume432Issue:1Pages:675-685
Abstract

Complex naturally carved topography and large-scale artificial landforms significantly perturb hydrologic cycles and cause heterogeneity of water availability. Afforested trees exhibit distinct growth and survival strategies on distinct habitats on the Northern Loess Plateau in China. The objective of this study was to quantify tree transpiration discrepancies of two tree species aged >30 years on different soil and topography conditions, and to explore the interactions with the atmosphere, hydrology, soil and topography, through long-term (up to seven years) observations of sap flow, meteorological factors and soil water contents (SWC). Results showed that mean whole-tree transpiration (T) of Salix matsudana and Populus simonii in the growing season were 46.7 and 175.2 kg d−1, respectively, in a dam field, and were 5.6-fold and 4.2-fold the magnitude of that on a sloping field, respectively. Daily T was positively correlated (P < 0.001) with meteorological factors (i.e., reference evapotranspiration, ET0; solar radiation, Rn; vapor- pressure deficit, VPD). Daytime ET0 explained 37% of S. matsudana variation in T on the sloping field, up to 77% of the variation on a dam field, and 80% of the variation in T from Psimonii on both fields. The T of S. matsudana was significantly positively correlated with SWC from topsoil to 200 cm depth, and the correlation increased (partial R up to 0.55 at 200 cm depth) as depth increased on sloping field. However, no consistent correlations between T and shallow depth SWC existed on S. matsudana and Psimonii on dam fields and Psimonii on sloping field. Annual rainfall soil-water recharge depth reached up to 600 cm in wet years, but only 120 cm in dry years on sloping field with aeolian sandy soil, and was 200 cm even in wet years in dam field with loessial soil. Trees on the dam field absorbed water mainly from shallow groundwater. Tree fine roots gathered in the subsurface soil on the sloping field but not in the dam field indicated a root distribution adaption to precipitation patterns and water-use strategy. Soil water deficit formed in the 0–600 cm soil layer on the S. matsudana sloping field in normal and dry years, and soil water was replenished during wet years. Neither species is suitable for extensive revegetation implementation in this area due to their negative impacts on water resource sustainability.

KeywordWillow Poplar Soil Texture Infiltration Soil Drying Fine Root Check-dam System
MOST Discipline Catalogue农学::农业资源与环境 ; 农学::林学
DOI10.1016/j.foreco.2018.10.011
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Identifierhttp://ir.iswc.ac.cn/handle/361005/8769
Collection水保所2018--2019届毕业生论文
Affiliation1.State Key Laboratory of Soil Erosion and Dryland Farming on the Loess Plateau, Northwest A&F University, No. 3 Taicheng Road, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, China
2.Institute of Soil and Water Conservation, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Water Resources, No. 26 Xinong Road, Yangling 712100, Shaanxi, China
3.University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, No. 19 (A) Yuquan Road, Shijingshan District, Beijing 100049, China
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Wang, Sheng,Fan, Jun,Ge,Jiamin,et al. Discrepancy in tree transpiration of Salix matsudana, Populus simonii under distinct soil, topography conditions in an ecological rehabilitation area on the Northern Loess Plateau[J]. Forest Ecology and Management,2019,432(1):675-685.
APA Wang, Sheng,Fan, Jun,Ge,Jiamin,Wang, Qiuming,&Fu, Wei.(2019).Discrepancy in tree transpiration of Salix matsudana, Populus simonii under distinct soil, topography conditions in an ecological rehabilitation area on the Northern Loess Plateau.Forest Ecology and Management,432(1),675-685.
MLA Wang, Sheng,et al."Discrepancy in tree transpiration of Salix matsudana, Populus simonii under distinct soil, topography conditions in an ecological rehabilitation area on the Northern Loess Plateau".Forest Ecology and Management 432.1(2019):675-685.
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