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Soluble Reactive Phosphorus Transport and Retention in Tropical, Rainforest Streams Draining a Volcanic and Geothermally Active Landscape in Costa Rica. : Long-Term Concentration Patterns, Pore Water Environment and Response to ENSO Events
Triska, Frank; Pringle, Catherine; Duff, John; Avanzino, Ronald; Ramirez, Alonso; Ardon, Marcelo; Jackman, Alan
Soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP) transport and retention in tropical, rain forest streams draining a volcanic landscape in Costa Rica: in situ SRP amendment to streams and laboratory studies
Triska, Frank; Pringle, Catherine; Duff, John; Avanzino, Ronald; Zellweger, Gary
The effect of benthic sediments on dissolved nutrient concentrations and fluxes
Murray, L.; Mudge, S.; Newton, A.; Icely, J.
Spectroscopic characterization and molecular weight distribution of dissolved organic matter in sediment porewaters from Lake Erhai, Southwest China
Fu, Pingqing; Wu, Fengchang; Liu, Cong-Qiang; Wei, Zhongqing; Bai, Yingchen; Liao, Haiqing
Hydrologic flowpaths influence inorganic and organic nutrient leaching in a forest soil
Asano, Yuko; Compton, Jana; Church, M.
The role of soil phosphorus sorption characteristics in the functioning and stability of lowland heath ecosystems
Manning, Peter; Putwain, Philip; Webb, Nigel
Assesing nutrient sustainability of forest production for different tree species considering Ca, Mg, K, N and P at Björnstorp Estate, Sweden
Sverdrup, H.; Thelin, G.; Robles, Marta; Stjernquist, Ingrid; Sörensen, J.
Soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics along a latitudinal transect in Western Siberia, Russia
Meyer, H.; Kaiser, C.; Biasi, C.; Hämmerle, R.; Rusalimova, O.; Lashchinsky, N.; Baranyi, C.; Daims, H.; Barsukov, P.; Richter, A.
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