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  • Björn Gücker, Martin T Pusch, M Hintze, H Graupe, E Winkler, T Zwirnmann +6 others
  • 2006
We studied nutrient uptake in relation to water chemistry, stream hydrodynamics, and ecosystem metabolism in two eutrophic lowland streams located near Berlin, Germany. Ambient nutrient uptake rates ranged from 0.180 to 12.880 g NO 3-N m 22 d 21 , from 0.035 to 0.517 g NH 4-N m 22 d 21 , and from 0.017 to 0.750 g PO 4-P m 22 d 21. Temporal and spatial(More)
Agricultural land covers approximately 40% of Earth's land surface and affects hydromorphological, biogeochemical and ecological characteristics of fluvial networks. In the northern temperate region, agriculture also strongly affects the amount and molecular composition of dissolved organic matter (DOM), which constitutes the main vector of carbon transport(More)
Stable isotope techniques are widely applied in aquatic food web research to infer trophic position or to estimate the relative contributions of different dietary resources. The accurate consideration of carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) discrimination in organisms is a critical prerequisite for such studies. Isotopic discrimination of invertebrates may differ(More)
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