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Tea Bag Index: A novel approach to collect uniform decomposition data across ecosystems
1. Changes in the balance between soil carbon storage and release can significantly amplify or attenuate global warming. Although a lot of progress has been made in determining potential drivers ofExpand
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Nutrient amendment does not increase mineralisation of sequestered carbon during incubation of a nitrogen-limited mangrove soil
Abstract Mangrove forests are sites of intense carbon and nutrient cycling, which result in soil carbon sequestration on a global scale. Currently, mangrove forests receive increasing quantities ofExpand
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Short- and long-term effects of nutrient enrichment on microbial exoenzyme activity in mangrove peat
Abstract Mangroves receive increasing quantities of nutrients as a result of coastal development, which could lead to significant changes in carbon sequestration and soil subsidence. We hypothesisedExpand
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Effects of nutrient enrichment on mangrove leaf litter decomposition.
Nutrient enrichment of mangroves, a common phenomenon along densely populated coastlines, may negatively affect mangrove ecosystems by modifying internal carbon and nutrient cycling. TheExpand
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European-scale modelling of groundwater denitrification and associated N₂O production.
This paper presents a spatially explicit model for simulating the fate of nitrogen (N) in soil and groundwater and nitrous oxide (N(2)O) production in groundwater with a 1 km resolution at theExpand
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The contrasting effects of nutrient enrichment on growth, biomass allocation and decomposition of plant tissue in coastal wetlands
AimsEutrophication of coastal waters can have consequences for the growth, function and soil processes of coastal wetlands. Our aims were to assess how nutrient enrichment affects growth, biomassExpand
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Microclimatological consequences for plant and microbial composition in Sphagnum-dominated peatlands
In three Scandinavian peatlands we studied to what extent plant and microbial community compositions are governed by local-scale microhabitat, with a special interest in the effect of aspect (i.e.Expand
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Highest plasticity of carbon‐concentrating mechanisms in earliest evolved phytoplankton
Phytoplankton photosynthesis strongly relies on the operation of carbon‐concentrating mechanisms (CCMs) to accumulate CO2 around their carboxylating enzyme ribulose‐1,5‐bisphosphateExpand
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Potential for Sulfate Reduction in Mangrove Forest Soils: Comparison between Two Dominant Species of the Americas
Avicennia and Rhizophora are globally occurring mangrove genera with different traits that place them in different parts of the intertidal zone. It is generally accepted that the oxidizing capacityExpand
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Nitrate ammonification in mangrove soils: a hidden source of nitrite?
Nitrate reduction is considered to be a minor microbial pathway in the oxidation of mangrove-derived organic matter due to a limited supply of nitrate in mangrove soils. At a limited availability ofExpand
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