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Organic matter cycling is critical to nutrient supply in forested ecosystems. Harvesting influences future nutrient supply by removing organic matter, but the extent of removal varies with harvesting methods. In New Zealand plantations there is little long-term data to help evaluate the relative impact of these methods on the sustainability of site productivity. To explore this issue a modelling study was initiated using the NuBalM platform to simulate the response of forest nitrogen (N) poolsdoi:10.4067/s0718-95162016005000023 fatcat:iq25b76ku5fq3nefaeprmrddg4