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    Two nearly adjacent subcatchments, located in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State, US, with similar atmospheric inputs of N (0.6 kmol ha-1 yr-1), but markedly different stream water solute concentrations, provided a unique opportunity to evaluate the mechanisms causing this variation.

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    Christopher, Sheila F.; Page, Blair D.; Campbell, John L.; Mitchell, Myron J. 2006. Contrasting stream water NO3- and Ca2+ in two nearly adjacent catchments: the role of soil Ca and forest vegetation. Global Change Biology. 12: 364-381.


    acer saccharum, , atmospheric deposition, calcium, catchment, hydrology, land use history, nitrate, nitrogen, tree species

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