Ecosystems

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  • Accounting for Carbon Flux to Mycorrhizal Fungi May Resolve Discrepancies in Forest Carbon Budgets.  23:715-729. 2020
  • Retention of Nitrate-N in Mineral Soil Organic Matter in Different Forest Age Classes.  22:1280-1294. 2019
  • Variation in Detrital Resource Stoichiometry Signals Differential Carbon to Nutrient Limitation for Stream Consumers Across Biomes.  21:1676-1691. 2018
  • When Wet Gets Wetter: Decoupling of Moisture, Redox Biogeochemistry, and Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in a Humid Tropical Forest Soil.  16:576-589. 2013
  • Assessing Double Counting of Carbon Emissions Between Forest Land-Cover Change and Forest Wildfires: A Case Study in the United States, 1992–2006.  16:310-322. 2013
  • Do Nutrient Limitation Patterns Shift from Nitrogen Toward Phosphorus with Increasing Nitrogen Deposition Across the Northeastern United States?.  15:940-957. 2012
  • The Effects of Soil Bacterial Community Structure on Decomposition in a Tropical Rain Forest.  15:284-298. 2012
  • Typhoon Disturbance and Forest Dynamics: Lessons from a Northwest Pacific Subtropical Forest.  14:127-143. 2011
  • Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Two Tropical Forests: Ecosystem-Level Patterns and Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization.  12:1299-1315. 2009
  • Effects of Crop Diversity on Agroecosystem Function: Crop Yield Response.  11:355-366. 2008
  • Long-Term Trends in Stream Nitrate Concentrations and Losses Across Watersheds Undergoing Recovery from Acidification in the Czech Republic.  11:410-425. 2008
  • Land-use intensity effects on soil organic carbon accumulation rates and mechanisms.  10:58-73. 2007
  • Plumbing the Global Carbon Cycle: Integrating Inland Waters into the Terrestrial Carbon Budget.  10:172-185. 2007
  • Reconciling carbon-cycle concepts, terminology, and methods.  9:1041-1050. 2006
  • Does Anthropogenic Nitrogen Enrichment Increase Organic Nitrogen Concentrations in Runoff from Forested and Human-dominated Watersheds?.  9:852-864. 2006
  • N retention in urbanizing headwater catchments.  8:871-884. 2005
  • Net primary production and canopy nitrogen in a temperate forest landscape: an analysis using imaging spectroscopy, modeling and field data.  8:760-778. 2005
  • Ecosystem respiration in a cool temperate bog depends on peat temperature but not water table.  8:619-629. 2005
  • Long-term decreases in stream nitrate: Successional causes unlikely; Possible links to DOC?.  8:334-337. 2005
  • Biogeochemical hot spots and hot moments at the interface of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.  6:301-312. 2003
  • An unexpected nitrate decline in New Hampshire streams.  6:75-86. 2003
  • Inorganic nitrogen losses from a forested ecosystem in response to physical, chemical, biotic, and climatic perturbations.  5:648-658. 2002
  • Inorganic nitrogen losses from a forested ecosystem in response to physical, chemical, biotic, and climatic perturbations.  5:648-658. 2002
  • Inorganic nitrogen losses from a forested ecosystem in response to physical, chemical, biotic, and climatic perturbations.  5:648-658. 2002
  • Potential biomass accumulation in Amazonian regrowth forests.  4:658-668. 2001
  • Modeling northern peatland decomposition and peat accumulation.  4:479-498. 2001
  • Quantification of the Nitrogen Cycle in a Prairie Stream.  3:574-589. 2000
  • Long-term nitrogen additions and nitrogen saturation in two temperate forests.  3:238-253. 2000
  • Nitrogen controls on fine root substrate quality in temperate forest ecosystems.  3:57-69. 2000
  • The long-term effects of disturbance on organic and inorganic nitrogen export in the White Mountains, New Hampshire.  3:433-450. 2000
  • Sources of variability in net primary production predictions at a regional scale: A comparison using PnET-II and TEM 4.0 in northeastern US forests.  2:555-570. 1999
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    International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1432-9840
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1435-0629