• Effects Of Seeding And Grazing On Infiltration Capacity And Soil Stability Of A Subalpine Range In Central Utah

      Meeuwig, R. O. (Society for Range Management, 1965-07-01)
      Seven years after disking and seeding to grass, main effects were: decreased organic matter and capillary porosity in the surface soil, greater soil bulk density, and decreased plant and litter cover. Seeding did not significantly affect infiltration or soil stability. Grazing during the previous four years decreased plant and litter cover and noncapillary soil porosity, but increased capillary porosity in the surface soil and decreased infiltration and soil stability.