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Gross N transformations were little affected by 4 years of simulated N and S depositions in an aspen-white spruce dominated boreal forest in Alberta, Canada
Water security is one of the main paradigms presently shaping global water governance. At its very core, water security aims at preserving freshwater resources from any form of risk, natural or human-caused, that could imperil or further delay the stability and the sustainability of societies and...
Plant biodiversity effects on aboveground carbon storage in second-growth and old-growth tropical forestsDownload
Tropical forests are experience structural changes that may reduce carbon storage potential. These changes include increases in liana density, turnover rates of species, and increments in temperature and seasonality. Much research on aboveground carbon storage (AGC), however, has focused on the...
The biosphere as an increasing sink for atmospheric carbon: estimates from increased nitrogen depositionDownload
Estimates of carbon uptake and storage based on global nitrogen deposition, C:N ratios for typical terrestrial ecosystems, and recent ecosystem-scale nutrient studies indicate that 1.0- 2.3 Gt C yr-1 of carbon storage may be stimulated by anthropogenically caused increases in nitrogen deposition...