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Analysis of nitrogen dynamics in the Lye Brook Wilderness Area, Vermont, USAAuthor(s): John L. Campbell; Christopher Eagar; William H. McDowell; James W. Hornbeck
Source: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 122: 63-75.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionNitrogen (N) deposition and its impact on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems is a concern facing federal land managers at the Lye Brook Wilderness in Vermont and other protected areas throughout the northeastern United States. In this study, we compared N production in soils with N concentrations and outputs in leachates to determine how forest cover types differ in regulating N losses. Also, precipitation inputs and modeled estimates of streamwater outputs were used to calculate a watershed N budget.
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CitationCampbell, John L.; Eagar, Christopher; McDowell, William H.; Hornbeck, James W. 2000. Analysis of nitrogen dynamics in the Lye Brook Wilderness Area, Vermont, USA. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 122: 63-75.
Keywordsnitrification, nitrogen, nitrogen mineralization, soil water, stream chemistry, wilderness area
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