Why does the snow melt longer in the forest in spring than in the field? What does it matter for plants; for the hydraulic regime of fields, forests, rivers?
there is more shade in the forest, so it’s cooler. The longer melting of spring snow in the forest allows the soil to accumulate more moisture. The microclimate of the forest promotes less evaporation – as a result, more water remains in the soil. Prolonged snowmelt does not contribute to the rapid washout of soil and litter, which is observed in the fields.
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