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- Gilliam, Frank S.; Billmyer, Jake H.; Walter, Christopher A.; Peterjohn, William T.
- Atmospheric environment 2016 v.146 pp. 261-270
- hardwood forests, etc ; Rubus allegheniensis; Viola; ammonium sulfate; atmospheric chemistry; biogeochemical cycles; calcium; cations; community structure; emissions; forest ecosystems; ground vegetation; herbaceous plants; leaching; magnesium; manganese; nitrates; nitrogen; nutrients; potassium; soil; streams; understory; watersheds; Eastern United States; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Excess nitrogen (N) in terrestrial ecosystems can arise from anthropogenically-increased atmospheric N deposition, a phenomenon common in eastern US forests. In spite of decreased N emissions over recent years, atmospheric concentrations of reactive N remain high in areas within this region. Excess N in forests has been shown to alter biogeochemical cycling of essential plant nutrients primarily v ...
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