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The effect of suspended bentonite and kaolinite clay on phosphorus uptake and release by lotic periphyton.
(Springer.Springer.American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers., 2009)
Lotic systems act as nutrient buffers to receiving lentic systems. As streams transport allochthonous phosphorus through a watershed, the loads are modified in quantity and quality through biotic and abiotic mechanisms. ...
Alder cover drives nitrogen availability and decomposition of grass litter in salmon-rearing headwater streams, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.
Terrestrial sources of nitrogen (N), such as N fixed by alder, may be important for sustaining production in headwater streams that typically lack subsidies of nutrients from spawning salmon. High nutrient concentrations ...
Effects of stream nutrient enrichment on aquatic insect stoichiometry : importance of life-history traits, sex, and ontogeny.
I investigated the effects of stream nutrient enrichment on aquatic insect stoichiometry, particularly in the context of species life-history traits, sex, and ontogeny. The majority of studies investigating nutrient content ...