|Title||An overview of watershed and nutrient cycling research at the Reynolds Homestead Research Center.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1983|
|Journal||Proceedings of the second biennial southern silvicultural research conference (Gen|
Preliminary results of a study of changes brought about by clearcut harvesting and site preparation in the Virginia Piedmont are described. Three watersheds were commercially clearcut during 1981 and a fourth remained undisturbed as a control. Site treatments were: chop and burn; sheardisk (1 pass); and shear, rake-pile, disk (3-pass), representing three levels of site preparation intensity.