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- Lucas, Richard W.; Sponseller, Ryan A.; Gundale, Michael J.; Stendahl, Johan; Fridman, Jonas; Högberg, Peter; Laudon, Hjalmar
- Ecological applications 2016 v.26 no.2 pp. 545-556
- land management, etc ; biogeochemical cycles; biomass; carbon; climate change; ecosystems; energy; forest management; forests; growing season; humans; hydrology; landscapes; nitrogen; nutrient content; rivers; soil; streams; watersheds; Sweden; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Human activities have exerted a powerful influence on the biogeochemical cycles of nitrogen (N) and carbon (C) and drive changes that can be a challenge to predict given the influence of multiple environmental stressors. This study focused on understanding how land management and climate change have together influenced terrestrial N storage and watershed inorganic N export across boreal and sub‐ar ...
- Steers, Robert J.; Funk, Jennifer L.; Allen, Edith B.
- Ecological applications 2011 v.21 no.4 pp. 1211-1224
- land management, etc ; annuals; biomass; carbon; carbon nitrogen ratio; deserts; ecosystems; grasses; indigenous species; introduced plants; invasive species; nitrogen; phenology; soil; species diversity; sucrose; wet season; California; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Productivity in desert ecosystems is primarily limited by water followed by nitrogen availability. In the deserts of southern California, nitrogen additions have increased invasive annual plant abundance. Similar findings from other ecosystems have led to a general acceptance that invasive plants, especially annual grasses, are nitrophilous. Consequently, reductions of soil nitrogen via carbon ame ...