Nutrient Uptake and Cycling in Forest Ecosystems

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SUMMARY
From the research results and discussions presented in this book it becomes clear that a profound understanding of the various interrelationships of the nutritional aspects allows the implementation of specific management strategies to improve stability and productivity of forest ecosystems. In particular the effects of environmental changes as related to the impacts of air pollution, global change and land use on nutrient uptake and cycling processes in forest ecosystems are dealt with in detail. The book is divided into six main issues and each topic contains reviews as well as selected results of recent studies.
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EDITION
© 1995
TYPE
Hardcover
ISBN
9780792330301
LANGUAGE
-
PAGES
704
KEYWORDS
Air, climate, growth, nutrition, soil, stability, water
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