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  • R A G I D M A N, R Ly, J S T E V E N S W, R O Y S T O N G O O D A C R E Z, D Av I D B R O A D H U R S T Z, B R I D G E T E M M E T T, L A N G W Y N N-J O N E S
  • 2006
Nitrogen emissions and atmospheric deposition are globally significant with the potential to alter ecosystem nutrient balance, provoking changes in vegetation composition. Shifts in plant biochemistry are good indicators of nitrogen pollution and have been used to monitor vegetation health. Fourier transform-infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy has previously been(More)
  • C H R I S T O P H E, R R S C H Wa L M, +4 authors E L A W
  • 2009
The intensification of the hydrological cycle, with an observed and modeled increase in drought incidence and severity, underscores the need to quantify drought effects on carbon cycling and the terrestrial sink. FLUXNET, a global network of eddy covariance towers, provides dense data streams of meteorological data, and through flux partitioning and gap(More)
Capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry (CE-MS) represents a high efficiency microscale separation platform for untargeted profiling of polar/ionic metabolites that is ideal for volume-restricted biological specimens with minimal sample workup. Despite these advantages, the long-term stability of CE-MS remains a major obstacle hampering its widespread(More)
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