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organic carbon in soil of a burned and unburned hardwood forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 37, 1419-1426. Broma M., Rajfur M., Kłos A., Duczmal K., Wacławek M. 2009. Use of earthworms to assess soil contamination with heavy metals. Chemistry, Didactics, Ecology, Meteorology, 14, 1-2. Chen H.J. 2003. Phosphatase activity and P fractions in soils of an 18-year-old Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation. Forest Ecology and Management, 178, 301-310. Clapperton M.J., Baker G.H., Fox C.A. 2007. Earthworms. In: Soil Sampling and Methods of Analysis (eds.: M

.P.D., 2000. Soil water repellency: its causes, characteristics and hydro-geomorphological significance. Earth Sci. Rev., 51, 33–65. Doerr, S.H., Ferreira, A.J.D., Walsh, R.P.D., Shakesby, R.A., Leighton-Boyce, G., Coelho, C.O.A., 2003. Soil water repellency as a potential parameter in rainfall-runoff modelling: experimental evidence at point to catchment scales from Portugal. Hydrol. Process., 17, 363–377. Ellerbrock, R.H., Gerke, H.H., Bachmann, J., Goebel, M.O., 2005. Composition of organic matter for explaining wettability of three forest soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J