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Impacts of nitrogen pollution on terrestrial ecosystems of the United StatesAuthor(s): L.H. Pardo; T. Blett; C.M. Clark; L.H. Geiser
Source: EM. September 2015: 24-30.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionTerrestrial ecosystems provide important resources for many human uses, however, these resources are threatened by nitrogen from air pollution. Identifying reductions in air pollution that will protect ecosystems is the main focus of the mitigation strategies currently being developed in the United States.
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CitationPardo, L.H.; Blett, T.; Clark, C.M.; Geiser, L.H. 2015. Impacts of nitrogen pollution on terrestrial ecosystems of the United States. EM. September 2015: 24-30.
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